Robert Frost Among His Poems
A Literary Companion to the Poet’s Own Biographical Contexts and Associations
About the Book
Based on the arrangement of The Poetry of Robert Frost(1969), Part One of this work attempts to identify Frost’s intentions by placing each poem in the biographical, historical and geographical context of his life. It further examines conscious and unconscious points of association, annotates words and phrases, and provides, when possible, a date of composition along with the place of publication. Part Two consists of an annotated bibliography of poems published during Frost’s life but uncollected at the time of his death and those published posthumously or yet collected.
About the Author(s)
Jeffrey S. Cramer
Format: softcover (5.5 x 8.5)
Bibliographic Info: chronology, appendix, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2007 
Table of Contents
Part One: A Companion to the Collected Poetry 9
Part Two: A Companion to the Uncollected and Unpublished Poetry 193
Appendix: Spurious and Doubtful Poems 269
Book Reviews & Awards
“useful complement…recommended for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students. Indispensable for Frost studies”—Choice; “In the past seven years—indeed in this decade—we have seen the appearance of major critical studies on Frost…ground breaking studies by…Jeffrey Cramer.”—Earl J. Wilcox, The Robert Frost Review.