January 2001 Web Edition




Robert Frost and the University of Michigan
 
Kathryn L. Beam
 
Robert Frost's interesting and long-standing association with the University of Michigan
began in 1921, when he was invited to become the first recipient of the newly-established
Fellowship in Creative Arts.  Read the article
 
 
Musings
 
Robert Cotner
 
A small gathering of Robert Frost's family and friends meet every September to remember
the poet and his poetry.  Read the article
   
Reminiscence Of Frost at Michigan
 
Peter Stanlis
 
Robert Frost particularly valued the many good friends that he made at the University
of Michigan, among administrators, faculty, and students.  Read the article
 
 
As told to a child - A remembrance from the Frost family archives
 
Lesley Lee Francis
 
What drew me initially to the Frost biography was the uncollected ballad "La Noche
Triste," inspired by Prescort and the retreat of Cortes from Tenochtitlan.  Read the article

 

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