Books: The Roads Taken

ROBERT FROST—A PICTORIAL CHRONICLE by KATHLEEN MORRISON 133 pages. Holt, Rinehart & Winston. $10.95.

In addition to being a great poet, Robert Frost was the most dazzling performer on the American literary stage since Mark Twain. The impersonation of a mischievous, lovable old sugar maple of a man that he gave while lecturing during the last three decades of his life is still vivid to anyone who came near a college auditorium during that period.

Undoubtedly it was because of the brilliant success of this impersonation that the news of Frost's actual character struck...

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