Robert Frost’s Life and Writing
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April 2: 1:30 pm
This series invites readers to learn more about Robert Frost’s life and the diversity of his writings. Robert Frost is commonly regarded as America’s greatest poet. Among his many honors are four Pulitzer Prizes and an appointment as Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress. He died in 1963.
This book contains examples of Frost’s essays, lectures, magazine articles, and early poems provide a background for selections from his best-known poems.
Poet Sarah Audsley joined us at the Taconic Mountains Ramble State Park for Words in the Woods.
Humanities Camps are filled with reading and writing projects, field trips, and outdoor activities.
We won a 2020 Schwartz Prize for best public humanities programming in the U.S. for Vermont Reads 2019: “March: Book One.”
We supported Historic New England’s “More than a Market” project that explored the experiences of new Americans through food markets.
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