Even critics who may dispute that Robert Frost was the major poet of 20th century concede his eminence as a poet both popular and sophisticated. In this text, which includes an introduction by Harold Bloom and an extensive biography of Frost, Thomas March, Malcolm Cowly, and Seamus Heaney, examine the work of this author. Topics include the argument for Frost, the case against him, and his creative genius of everyday life.
This series is edited by Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of the Humanities, Yale University; Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Professor of English, New York University Graduate School; preeminent literary critic of our time. The lives of the greatest writers of the world are explored in the new series Blooms BioCritiques. In addition to a lengthy biography, each book includes an extensive critical analysis of the writers work, as well as critical views by important literary critics throughout history. These volumes are the perfect introduction to critical study of the important authors currently read and discussed in high schools, colleges, and graduate schools.