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Deep Woods: The Story of Robert Frost

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A young adult biography of American poet Robert Frost
Library Binding, 176 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Morgan Reynolds Publishing
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Linda Watkins
Mar 21, 2016 Linda Watkins rated it liked it
I didn't know much about Frost except for the few poems everyone is familiar with & usually misquote. Everyone, including me. This is a biography, of his life and the life of his family, which was basically a wreck most of the time. Frost was not this kind, wonderful person that I had made him out to be in my imagination.
Mar 08, 2014 Diane rated it really liked it
Wonderful biography on Frost. More on
Sep 30, 2010 Mary rated it liked it
My father gave me a copy of Robert Frost's complete poems a couple of years ago, but I had never read it. I read this biography and as a poem was mentioned in the text, I read the poem. I enjoyed Frost's story--a hard, but good life.
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