Robert Frost's 1923 collection of poetry "New Hampshire" earned him the first of four Pulitzer prizes in his lifetime. Written at a time when he was writing, teaching and lecturing from his home base in Franconia, New Hampshire, this collection contains some of his most famous and beloved poems, including "Fire and Ice", "Nothing Gold Can Stay", and "Stopping By a Woods on a Snowy Evening."
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