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First edition. Cloth. Fine in dustjacket. This book examines Frost's ethical positioning as a poet in the age of modernism. The argument is that Frost constructs his poetry with deliberate formal ambiguity, withholding clear resolutions from the reader. Nonetheless, by holding his poetry up to several traditional ethical views-Rationalist, Theological, Existentialist, Deotological, and Social Ethics-one may define a congruent ethical pattern in both the poetry and the person.
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