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Mountain Interval (version 2)

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Mountain Interval is a timeless collection of poems by Robert Frost that delves into the beauty of nature and the complexities of the human experience. Frost's masterful use of language and imagery transports the reader to the landscapes he describes, allowing them to feel the crisp mountain air or the soft falling snow.

Each poem in this collection is a gem in its own right, but together they form a cohesive exploration of themes such as mortality, love, and the passage of time. Frost's introspective and reflective tone invites readers to contemplate their own lives and relationships, making this collection not just a work of art, but a personal journey as well.

Overall, Mountain Interval is a must-read for poetry lovers and anyone looking to be moved by the power of words. Frost's ability to capture the beauty and wonder of the world around us is unparalleled, making this collection a classic that will continue to inspire readers for generations to come.

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Mountain Interval is a 1916 poetry collection written by American writer Robert Frost. It is Frost's third poetic volume and was published by Henry Holt. It was republished in 1920. Frost made several alterations in the sequencing of the collection and released a new edition in 1921. Five lyrics of the earlier collection were compiled next under the title "His Wife". In this volume only three poems are written in dramatic monologue. Summary by Wikipedia


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