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TITLE: Robert Frost: Farm-Poultryman
AUTHOR: Robert Frost
BINDING: Hardcover with Dust Jacket
Publisher: Dartmouth Publications (Hanover 1963)
Copyright: 1963 by Trustees of Dartmouth College
Edition: First Edition, 2nd Printing
DESCRIPTION: Collectible Vintage Early Writing of this American Laureate in Poetry
Book in near fine vintage condition, with thick crisp pages, in good vintage brown pictorial dust jacket with some shelfwear, close small tears to surface and edges; in beautiful brown cloth over board binding, black lettering to spine; light rub to head and tail caps of cover spine; erased pencil info mark residue to front free endpaper; dust to text block edges, otherwise pages are clean and unmarked; spine is solid, binding tight.
The story of Robert Frost’s career as a breeder and fancier of hens and the texts of eleven long-forgotten prose contributions by the poet, which appeared in two New England poultry journals in 1903-05, during his years of farming at Derry New Hampshire.
“This small volume has an importance quite beyond the slender nature of the articles … As showing some very early insights into the later style of Frost’s poems, they have a surprising amount o offer. Above all, the book establishes the wholesomeness and liveliness of the author’s nature from the beginning.” – New York Times Book Review