Further Range

Robert FROST

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Further Range
Further Range

“LIGHT WAS A PASTE OF PIGMENT IN OUR EYES”: A FURTHER RANGE, SIGNED BY ROBERT FROST

FROST, Robert. A Further Range. Book Six. New York: Henry Holt, (1936). Octavo, original maroon cloth. $3800.

First edition of Frost’s Pulitzer Prize-winner, signed and inscribed by him with lines from his poem "All Revelation": "—Bring out the stars, bring out the flowers, Thus concentrating earth and skies So none need be afraid of size—Robert Frost. For Ann E. Rowden. 1951."

In this volume, Frost's lyrics, "though more playful in blending fact and fantasy, have beneath their frivolity a deep seriousness" (Hart, 269). A Further Range earned Frost the Pulitzer Prize for the best book of poetry published by an American author in 1936. Without original dust jacket. Crane, A21.1. Frost's inscription includes lines from his poem "All Revelation," first published in his 1942 collection A Witness Tree.

Minor offsetting to endpapers, cloth spine a bit toned.

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