Autograph letter, signed to (Maxwell) Aley, a literary editor.

FROST, Robert

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Date Published: 1921

Description: About 125 words, written on 2 pages of a folded 8vo sheet. South Shaftsbury, Vt., May 7, 1921.

Comments: "...I've been thinking about your plan for poetry next year. Why don't you restrict yourself to ten Giants and then give an equal two entirely new poets of your own finding? I should like to talk with you about this. You know you are under obligation to do something for your your country and the human race. Let your motto this year be find a poet...."

Signed: Y
Condition: fine
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 215329

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