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Ciffin, Robert P. Tristram. New Poetry of New England: Frost and Robinson. Nitchie, George Wilson. Robert Frost, A Tribute to the Source. New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979, 165 p. (811 Fro). New York : Russell & Russell, 1938, 148 p. (811 Cof). Cook, Reginald Lansing. Human Values in the Poetry of Robert Frost : A Study of a Poet’s Convictions. Duke University Press, 1960, 242 p. (811 Nit). Works about Robert Frost. Brower, Reuben Arthur. The Poetry of Robert Frost; Constellations of Intention. New York, Oxford University Press, 1963, 246 p. (811 Bro). Ciffin, Robert P.
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