Robert Frost’s North of Boston: A Poetry of Resistance
This article explores the idea that Robert Frost’s North of Boston can be interpreted as a poetry of resistance in terms of methodology and subject matter. The methodological thread pertains to Frost’s poetics whilst the subject matter pertains to the historical and socio-political beings which Frost dramatises and records.
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