On the Aniversery of his Birth – Robert Frost reading Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

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“Robert Frost was a farmer in Shaftsbury Vermont when he wrote this poem maybe the most famous of the 20th Century on a summer morning in 1922 after staying up all night.  He saw the sun rise and wrote a poem about a snowy evening as if he said he had a hallucination.” Garrison Keillor

This recording and video is brought to us by The Poetry Foundation in association with WGBH/Boston

Producer by David Grubin
Narrator Garrison Keillor
Executive Producer Brigid Sullivan
Footage courtesy of Henry Holt and Company, LLC



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