Daily Archives: March 6, 2019

Book Review: You Come Too

You Come Too:  Favorite Poems For Young Readers, by Robert Frost This particular short book of poetry answered a few questions for me personally.  For one, how was it that I viewed Robert Frost as a good poet?  If one … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Collected Prose Of Robert Frost

The Collected Prose Of Robert Frost, edited by Mark Richardson Did you know that Robert Frost, for the period of a couple years, wrote a series of short stories about chickens for a poultry magazine?  I did not, and I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Robert Frost: Speaking On Campus

Robert Frost:  Speaking On Campus:  Excerpts From His Talks 1949-1962, edited by Edward Connery Lathem As someone whose thoughts about Robert Frost as a poet are decidedly mixed to adverse, I am pleasantly surprised that there is so much of … Continue reading

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Coming To Terms In The Creation And Enjoyment Of Music

There is often a great disconnect between various different audiences and stakeholders when it comes to the world of music.  Over and over again, music critics (many of whom I spend a fair amount of time listening to) lament the … Continue reading

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