Reading Robert Frost’s Poetry, S1
with Susan VanZanten
The American twentieth-century poet Robert Frost believed that a poem “begins in delight and ends in wisdom.” We’ll move from delight to wisdom as we talk about his poetry, including such classics as “Mending Wall,” “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” and “The Road Not Taken” (which The Atlantic recently called “America’s Most Widely Misread Literary Work”). The quintessential poet of New England, Frost primarily wrote short rhyming lyrics and longer narrative poems. Revisit old favorites and discover some new ones. The class will use the book Robert Frost’s Poems, with an introduction by Louis Untermeyer, a small paperback costing around $8.00 at all the usual places. In Person, Room B4 Mondays, 10:00am - 11:00am Class Limit: 12
- Started Jan 9Started Jan 9
- 40 US dollars$40
- In Person
Class fees will be refunded 100% if an instructor cancels class or a student drops before the second meeting of the class.
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