New Hampshire

Robert Frost

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New Hampshire is a book by American poet Robert Frost, first published in 1923. At the heart of the collection lies the poem 'New Hampshire', a tribute to the state. Within the lines, there are references leading to briefer poems found in the 'Notes' section. The book concludes with 'Grace Notes', a sequence of concise verses, some of which have become iconic pieces of Frost's repertoire. These poems collectively serve as reflective strokes of American life, presented in Frost's signature style of straightforward yet meticulously crafted verse. Notably, this compilation secured the 1924 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, marking the first of four such accolades that Frost would ultimately earn. Among the treasures within this volume are the celebrated poems 'Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening', 'Fire and Ice', and 'Nothing Gold Can Stay'.

The 1924 Poetry winner in the Pulitzer Prize list.

This book has 19,564 words, 83 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1923.

Production notes: This ebook of New Hampshire was published by Global Grey on the 6th August 2023. The artwork used for the cover is 'In the Woods' by William Trost Richards.

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