Robert Frost

“Contemplations” on a Massachusetts Poet: Introduction and Form

by Micah Towery Poetry and Poetics
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Bradstreet is an outlier of most received literary groupings.

The Ruined American Male: Robert Creeley

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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A sort of mystical reticence which, to tin ears, seems non-existent, but is the gobbled and cobbled and ruined talk of the American male.

The Petal of My Tongue Keeps Slipping: Darcie Dennigan’s Madame X

by Pia Aliperti Reviews & Interviews
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“Some say the world will end in fire, / Some say in ice” famously wrote Robert Frost. “I whispered precipice” Dennigan answers, “[…] because precipice contains ice (practically twice).”

Poems and Their Ideas

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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An idea for a poem is always a competing poem.

Poetry Fix Episode 7: Robert Frost

by Chris Robinson Poetry and Poetics
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Episode 7 of Poetry Fix: Robert Frosts’s “Once by the Pacific.”