Robert Frost

New Hampshire

Henry Holt & Co.

1923

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First trade edition containing Frost's greatest known poems.

  • Robert Frost (American).
  • 4 Woodcuts by Lankes, J.J. 
  • New York: Henry Holt & Co, [October], 1923.
  • x, 113, [1] pp. 1 vols. 
  • 8vo.
  • Inscribed on the ffep "For Louis A. Strauss/ from his friend/ Robert Frost."
  • Original half green cloth and gray-green boards, gilt label on upper cover.


Louis Strauss was chairman of the English Department at the University of Michigan from 1920-1938, where Frost took up residence as "permanent Fellow in Letters" in the Fall of 1925 before returning to the East coast in 1927 to teach at Amherst.


This collection includes "Star-Splitter," "Dust to Snow", and one of his most famous poems, "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" at p. 87.

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Light scuffing, corners rubbed Crane A6.



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Signed, First Edition
Language
English
Subject
Americana, Poetry
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BX4G2

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