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Fall of Frost by Brian Hall
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Aug 11, 2009

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I did not enjoy Brian Hall's "I Should Be Extremely Happy in Your Company" in which he used the voice of fiction to capture some of the personal stories of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Found it long-winded, boring and tedious to read.
However, found this book fascinating and motivating to read biographies about Robert Frost. While I've enjoyed Frost's works, never knew that he had six children - four of which predeceased him. " ... a portrait of one man's rage, guilt, generosity, paranoia, defiant persistence,.... and how art is born from unanswerable questions."

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