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The Voice of the Poet

Robert Lowell

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Published by Random House Audio .
Written in English


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ContributionsJ.D. Mcclatchy (Editor), Robert Lowell (Narrator)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7425170M
ISBN 100375409661
ISBN 109780375409660


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In this series "The Voice of the Poet" America's most popular poet of the Twentieth Century, Robert Frost, reads 36 of his poems if you consider "Forgive, O Lord" a poem.

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