recording of Mountain Interval by Robert Frost.
Read in English by volunteer readers.
Originally published in 1916 and revised in 1920, Mountain Interval is Robert Frost’s third collection of solo poetry. In it, Frost reflects on human tragedies and fears, expresses his reaction to the complexities of life, and ultimately accepts his own personal burdens. The collection prefaces itself with one of Frost’s best known poems, “The Road Not Taken.” – Summary by Mary Kay and Bartleby
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