New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1923. First edition. Fine/Very Good. A Fine copy of the book in a Very Good dust jacket. The jacket has several small edge-tears (most reinforced on the verso with brown tape) and a few small chips. Robert Frost's Pulitzer Prize winning collection - a collection that ended up including some his most famous poems, such as "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Nothing Gold Can Stay", and "Fire and Ice." The book was illustrated with woodcuts by J.J. Lankes, a friend of the author. Many of the poems were written while Frost taught English at Middlebury College. Frost, of course, is one of America's most famous poets. He would win four Pulitzer Prizes for poetry and a Congressional Gold Medal in 1960. "Every line of the book is authentic of the North, where nature shrouds herself in a view that one must penetrate before her beauty and her calm majesty become apparent… he has never been more successful than in the present book" (Contemporary New York Times review). Fine in Very Good dust jacket.
(Inventory #: 1682)
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