New York: Henry Holt, 1923. First Edition; 1025 copies were printed. Bookplate and gift inscription inside the front cover; very good or better in a very good price-clipped dust jacket with a large chip at the bottom of the back panel, not affecting lettering, but cutting into the printed border. This collection includes poems from his first three books, as well as one poem that appeared here before its inclusion in New Hampshire. Lincoln MacVeagh, Frost’s editor at Holt, suggested the publication of this book, to be quickly followed by New Hampshire, as a way to promote the poet as a major new literary figure.
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