• Poetry of Robert Frost: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, the Road Not Taken and Many Others

  • By: Robert Frost
  • Narrated by: Carol Mintz
  • Length: 37 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Enjoy this amazing narration of Robert Frost's poetry, including his most famous poems, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, The Road Not Taken, among many others.

Public Domain (P)2019 M & C Publishing

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Ugh

Great poetry ruined by a lack of sufficient gravity in the reading. She has a good voice, and speaks with a smile. Yet, this is not Dr Seuss. This is Robert Frost. A thinker. A ponderer and wanderer. I believe the poems could be better represented by a more dour person.

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I didn't care for the narrators tempo and choice of words to emphasize . she was animated and used a lot of inflection. I'm sure for a different book she would be one of my favorite narrators, just in this case her interpretation of the rhythm was different than mine.

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