North Of Boston by Robert Frost

"North of Boston" is a collection of poems that delve into the rural life and landscape of New England, capturing the beauty, hardships, and complex social relationships of early 20th-century America. Through its verses, the book explores themes of nature, human connection, isolation, and the passage of time, often through the lens of the region's stark seasons and the stoic, resilient character of its inhabitants. The poems range from narrative to dramatic, with a focus on everyday events and the subtle dramas unfolding in the lives of ordinary people, all rendered with the author's keen observational skills and a deep appreciation for the nuances of spoken language.

The 3117th greatest book of all time


Published
1914
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
12,000
Original Language
English

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