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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

 

 

The poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost was first published in 1923.  A traveler stops on a snowy evening to look at the woods he is passing.  He watches the woods fill with snow before leaving because he has “promises to keep.”  Woods, representing life’s wildness, is a pervasive image in much of Frost's poetry.

 

LINCCWeb online catalog – Search Terms

 

  • Robert Frost
  • Robert Frost Criticism and Interpretation

 

 

Call Numbers for Browsing the Shelves

 

  • PS3511 .R94

 

 

Circulating Books – A Selected List

 

  • Bloom, Harold (ed.). Robert Frost. 1986.

                        Call Number:  PS3511 .R94 Z9158

  • Defusco, Andrea (ed.). Readings on Robert Frost. 1999.

                        Call Number:  PS3511 .R94 Z6145

  • Frost, Robert. Collected Poems, Prose & Plays. 1995.

                        Call Number:  PS3511 .R94 A6 1995

  • Pritchard, William H. Frost:  A Literary Life Reconsidered. 1984.

                       Call Number:  PS3511 .R94 Z89 1984

  • Wilcox, Earl J. Roads Not Taken:  Rereading Robert Frost. 2000.

                       Call Number:  PS3511 .R94 Z9156 2000

 

 

Reference Materials

 

  • Contemporary Literary Criticism Call Number:  REF PN771 .C59

o   Vol. 3, pg. 170, 174

o   Vol. 9, pg. 220

o   Vol. 10, pg. 198

o   Vol. 13, pg. 223-24, 228, 230

o   Vol. 15, pg. 240, 244, 246, 249

o   Vol. 26, pg. 114-17, 119, 121-23

o   Vol. 34, pg. 475

  • Masterplots II:  Poetry Series (Revised Edition)Call Number:  REF PN1110.5 .M37 2002

o   Vol. 7, pg. 3684    

  • Poetry CriticismCall Number:  REF PN1010 .P6

o   Vol. 1, pg. 194, 197, 198, 208, 213-14, 221, 225

  • Poetry for StudentsCall Number:  REF PN1112 .P752

o   Vol. 1, pg. 271-282

  • The Robert Frost Encyclopedia. 2001.

                       Call Number:  REF PS3511 .R94 Z459 2001

o   Pg. 347-350

 

 

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