Mountain Interval

Robert FROST (1874 - 1963)

Originally published in 1916 and revised in 1920, Mountain Interval is Robert Frost's third collection of solo poetry. In it, Frost reflects on human tragedies and fears, expresses his reaction to the complexities of life, and ultimately accepts his own personal burdens. The collection prefaces itself with one of Frost's best known poems, "The Road Not Taken." - Summary by Mary Kay and Bartleby

Cast list for "Snow"
Narrator: Kristin Gjerløw
Mr. Cole: TriciaG
Mrs. Cole: Maria Kasper
Meserve: Ray Kasper
Edited by Maria Kasper

Genre(s): Single author

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 To You Keith Louis
00:00:53
Play 01 The Road Not Taken Maria Kasper
00:01:34
Play 02 Christmas Trees Jack Albert
00:03:34
Play 03 An Old Man's Winter Night Phil Schempf
00:01:48
Play 04 A Patch of Old Snow Jude
00:00:36
Play 05 In the Home Stretch Maria Kasper
00:11:10
Play 06 The Telephone Keith Louis
00:01:13
Play 07 Meeting and Passing Keith Louis
00:01:04
Play 08 Hyla Brook Maria Kasper
00:01:16
Play 09 The Oven Bird Keith Louis
00:01:10
Play 10 Bond and Free Keith Louis
00:01:27
Play 11 Birches Maria Kasper
00:03:55
Play 12 Pea Brush Kathleen Moore
00:01:30
Play 13 Putting in the Seed Kathleen Moore
00:01:10
Play 14 A Time to Talk Kathleen Moore
00:00:47
Play 15 A Cow in Apple Time Keith Louis
00:01:02
Play 16 An Encounter Phil Schempf
00:01:33
Play 17 Range-Finding Keith Louis
00:01:10
Play 18 The Hill Wife Jacquelyn Bengfort
00:04:01
Play 19 The Bonfire Maria Kasper
00:07:00
Play 20 A Girl's Garden Keith Louis
00:02:21
Play 21 The Exposed Nest Maria Kasper
00:02:35
Play 22 "Out, Out-" TriciaG
00:02:16
Play 23 Brown's Descent or the Willy-Nilly Slide Phil Schempf
00:03:30
Play 24 The Gum-Gatherer Jack Albert
00:02:05
Play 25 The Line-Gang Maria Kasper
00:01:13
Play 26 The Vanishing Red TriciaG
00:01:54
Play 27 Snow Group 00:21:13
Play 28 The Sound of Trees Maria Kasper
00:01:35