A Witness Tree.

“Who would you be, I wonder, by those marks If I had moths to friend as I have flowers?”: Signed Limited Edition of Robert Frost's A Witness Tree

A Witness Tree.

FROST, Robert.


Item Number: 110482

New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1942.

Signed limited first edition of Frost’s Pulitzer Prize-winning collection of poetry. Octavo, original green cloth backed paper covered boards, gilt titles to the spine, frontispiece, slipcase. One of 735 copies signed by Robert Frost, this is number 645. Fine in a fine slipcase. A superior example.

The poetry of Robert Frost occupies a central and commanding position in American literature, recognition of his stature has been confirmed by three Pulitzer Prizes and the award of the gold medal of the National Academy of Arts and Letters - an honor which the Academy has conferred on a poet only three times in its history. Robert Frost's seventh book of poetry, A Witness Tree, requires no introduction, its lyrics are sharply beautiful and as richly and surprisingly wrought as Frost has ever written.

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