Robert Frost Among His Poems:
A Literary Companion to the
Poet's Own Biographical Contexts and Associations
(McFarland and Co., 1996)
(Paperback edition, 2007)
What people are saying...
“Cramer's hugely helpful book meticulously describes the literary and biographical context in which individual poems were written."
— David Orr in his The Road Not Taken: Finding America in the Poem Everyone Loves and Almost Everyone Gets Wrong" (Penguin, 2015)
"This book has been especially useful to me in my research, often pointing me in specific directions with regard to the biographical context of particular poems."
— Jay Parini in his Robert Frost: A Life (Macmillan, 2000)