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From: Twentieth Century Literature[(essay date winter 1996) In the following essay, Liebman argues that critics who have asserted that Frost did not write poetry in the Romantic tradition, because of his overall skepticism and defensiveness against...Found in Gale Literature Resource Center
From:The American Poetry Review (Vol. 44, Issue 1)ROBERT FROST FAMOUSLY WARNED IN A letter, "I am not undesigning." (1) Unlike his Modernist contemporaries T. S. Eliot and Ezra Pound, Frost worked hard to write in a common tongue, but at the same time he signaled, over...Found in Gale Literature Resource Center
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