The Oven Bird
It has been described as a quintessential Frost poem. Several Frost biographers and critics have interpreted the poem as autobiographical. Harold Bloom argues that the bird in Frost is "at best a compromised figure" who learns in singing not to sing.
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- Maxson, H. A. (2005). On the Sonnets of Robert Frost: A Critical Examination of the 37 Poems. McFarland, ISBN 978-0-7864-2420-7
- Bloom, Harold (2003). Robert Frost. Infobase Publishing, ISBN 978-0-7910-7443-5
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