Robert Frost

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And did those feet: 10 walks inspired by famous poets
Matching rich verse with great scenery, these strolls follow in the footsteps of some of our greatest wordsmiths, from William Blake to Carol Ann Duffy

Kevin Rushby

03, Mar, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Portrait of a poet in his own home | Brief letters
Brief letters: Robert Frost | Randox | Sleep study | Eider ducks | Climate change songs


09, Nov, 2021 @5:50 PM

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Roads taken: the Gloucestershire footpaths that were the making of Robert Frost
We follow the trails trodden a century ago by a band of revolutionary poets who fell for this corner of rural England

Liz Boulter

14, Jun, 2021 @6:00 AM

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The Guardian view on populism: belonging not believing | Editorial
Editorial: When religious and nationalist longings combine, progressives need a powerful counter-narrative


15, Oct, 2018 @4:58 PM

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Richard Wilbur obituary
US poet laureate, translator and Pulitzer prizewinner with the ability to touch unsettling truths beneath the surface in his work

Michael Carlson

17, Oct, 2017 @12:23 PM

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‘Herefordshire is just as lovely as the Dordogne’
For author John Lewis-Stempel, winner of the Wainwright prize for nature writing, Herefordshire is heaven on Earth

John Lewis-Stempel

11, Aug, 2017 @11:43 AM

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Richard Ford: ‘Who needs friends?’
Is friendship really all it’s cracked up to be, asks the US novelist

Richard Ford

22, Apr, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Poster poems: fear
From the personal to the global, there is an uneasy abundance of things to be scared of at the moment. Dare you face up to some in verse?

Billy Mills

09, Aug, 2016 @10:47 AM

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Is it time to mend fences with the EU? | Letters
Letters: Perhaps Robert Frost was right in his poem Mending Wall: ‘Good fences make good neighbours’


26, Nov, 2015 @7:31 PM

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Reading American cities: books about Miami
Miami’s heady optimism has always been matched by dangerous reality, a fissure that runs through its literature. P Scott Cunningham takes us on a journey through city in fiction, theatre and poetry

P Scott Cunningham in Miami

25, Sep, 2015 @4:00 PM

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Reading American cities: books about Cincinnati
From the origins of Uncle Tom to the stories of revolutionary, radical women, Michael Griffith takes us on a tour of literary Cincinnati – including Toni Morrison, Edmund White and a drive to attract America’s best poets

Michael Griffith

06, Aug, 2015 @4:52 PM

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A landscape saved by poets
Fields have been preserved from polytunnels not because of wildlife or the view, but because Robert Frost and Edward Thomas once tramped over them

Catherine Shoard

31, Mar, 2015 @7:41 PM

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