A Boy's Will

Robert FROST (1874 - 1963)

A Boy's Will is Robert Frost's first full volume of poetry. Issued when Frost was approaching forty, it established his reputation and created a revolution in American poetry. With this publication, Frost became an established poet. He later became the major American poet of the twentieth century.

A Boy's Will is characteristic of Frost's ability to conjure photographically clear physical images while ruminating on the complexities of the human condition, its frailties and strengths, and its temporal state, like that of his beloved New England landscape. (Summary by Becky Miller)

Genre(s): Poetry

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Into My Own Becky Miller
00:28:06
Play 02 Revelation Becky Miller
00:14:40
Play 03 Now Close the Windows Becky Miller
00:07:43