- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
Chapter OneA Boy’s Will
Chapter TwoNorth of Boston
Chapter ThreeMountain Interval
Chapter FourNew Hampshire
Chapter FiveWest-Running Brook
Chapter SixA Further Range
Chapter SevenA Witness Tree
Chapter EightSteeple Bush
Chapter NineAn Afterword
Chapter TenA Masque of Reason
Chapter ElevenIn the Clearing
Chapter TwelveUncollected Poems
- Works Cited
- Annotated Bibliography of Works Related to Science, Technology, and Discovery
- Correlated Chronology of Scientific Advances during Frost’s Lifetime
- Concordance of Plants
- Concordance of Animals
- Index of Titles and First Lines
- (p.209) Chapter Nine An Afterword
- A Scientific Companion to Robert Frost
Virginia F. Smith
- Liverpool University Press
This short collection was published as part of The Complete Poems of Robert Frost 1949, just two years after Steeple Bush. Now seventy-five years old, Frost continued to travel, teach, and receive honorary degrees. The two long poems, “Choose Something Like a Star” and “From Plane to Plane,” are rich in both observational and theoretical astronomical content, with references to such things as the chemical and physical properties of stars and the identities of the constellations comprising the Zodiac.
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