New Hampshire (poetry collection)

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First edition (publ. Henry Holt)

New Hampshire is a 1924 Pulitzer Prize-winning volume of poems written by Robert Frost.[1] The book included several of Frost's most well-known poems, including "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening",[2] "Nothing Gold Can Stay"[3] and "Fire and Ice".[4] Illustrations for the collection were provided by Frost's friend, woodcut artist J. J. Lankes.[2]


  • "New Hampshire"
  • "A Star in a Stone-Boat"
  • "The Census-Taker"
  • "The Star-Splitter"
  • "Maple"
  • "The Ax-Helve"
  • "The Grindstone"
  • "Paul's Wife"
  • "Wild Grapes"
  • "Place for a Third"
  • "Two Witches"
  • "An Empty Threat"
  • "A Fountain, a Bottle, a Donkey's Ears, and Some Books"
  • "I Will Sing You One-O"
  • "Fragmentary Blue"
  • "Fire and Ice"
  • "In a Disused Graveyard"
  • "Dust of Snow"
  • "To E.T."
  • "Nothing Gold Can Stay"
  • "The Runaway"
  • "The Aim Was Song"
  • "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
  • "For Once, Then, Something"
  • "Blue-Butterfly Day"
  • "The Onset"
  • "To Earthward"
  • "Good-by and Keep Cold"
  • "Two Look at Two"
  • "Not to Keep"
  • "A Brook in the City"
  • "The Kitchen Chimney"
  • "Looking for a Sunset Bird in Winter"
  • "A Boundless Moment"
  • "Evening in a Sugar Orchard"
  • "Gathering Leaves"
  • "The Valley's Singing Day"
  • "Misgiving"
  • "A Hillside Thaw"
  • "Plowmen"
  • "On a Tree Fallen Across the Road"
  • "Our Singing Strength"
  • "The Lockless Door"
  • "The Need of Being Versed in Country Things"


  1. ^ Fischer, Heinz-Dietrich (1997). The Pulitzer Prize Archive: Poetry/Verse Awards 1918–1995. Walter de Gruyter. p. 23. ISBN 978-3-598-30181-0.
  2. ^ a b McIntosh Wooten, Sara (2006). Robert Frost: The Life of America's Poet. Enslow Publishers. p. 87. ISBN 978-0-7660-2627-8.
  3. ^ Fagan, Deirdre J. (2007). Critical Companion to Robert Frost: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work. Infobase Publishing. p. 236. ISBN 978-0-8160-6182-2.
  4. ^ Bloom, Harold (2002). Robert Frost. Infobase Publishing. p. 29. ISBN 978-0-7910-6183-1.

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