Robert Frost: A Collection of Critical Essays
by COX, James M. (editor)
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ: A Spectrum Book / Prentice-Hall, Inc.. Very Good+. 1962. Softcover. Per the back cover, this work offers "A symposium of sensitive and thoughtful criticism written about the poetry of Robert Frost. Ranging from high praise to severe judgement, eleven critical writings. . ." assess the work of Mr. Frost. --- In stiff black wraps with image of a woman peering through a window to front cover. An unmarked, tightly-bound, sound copy but with back cover sticker and mild rubbing to covers.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; (6), 205 pages .
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- COX, James M. (editor)
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- A Spectrum Book / Prentice-Hall, Inc.
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