Mountain Interval

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First edition (publ. Henry Holt)

Mountain Interval is a 1916 poetry collection written by American writer Robert Frost. It is Frost's third poetic volume and was published by Henry Holt. It was republished in 1920. Frost made several alterations in the sequencing of the collection and released a new edition in 1921. Five lyrics of the earlier collection were compiled next under the title "His Wife". In this volume only three poems are written in dramatic monologue.

Poems included[edit]

  1. "The Road Not Taken"
  2. "Christmas Trees"
  3. "An Old Man's Winter Night"
  4. "The Exposed Nest"
  5. "A Patch of Old Snow"
  6. "In the Home Stretch"
  7. "The Telephone Machine"
  8. "Meeting and Passing"
  9. "Hyla Brook"
  10. "The Oven Bird"
  11. "Bond and Free"
  12. "Birches"
  13. "Pea Brush"
  14. "Putting in the Seed"
  15. "A Time to Talk"
  16. "The Cow in Apple Time"
  17. "The Encounter"
  18. "Range-Finding"
  19. "The Hill Wife"
  20. "The Bonfire"
  21. "A Girl's Garden"
  22. "Locked Out"
  23. "The Last Word of a Blue Bird"
  24. "Out, Out—"
  25. "Brown's Descent, or the Willy-nilly Slide"
  26. "The Gum-Gatherer"
  27. "The Line-Gang"
  28. "The Vanishing Red"
  29. "Snow"
  30. "The Sound of Trees"

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Frost, Robert. Mountain Interval (1916), Henry Holt And Company