Octavo. (73) pp. + (4) pp. of advertisements. The first appearance of an address delivered by Frost to the Amherst Alumni Council in November 1930. The full text of the address is printed in this issue (number 78) of the Amherst Graduates Quarterly, on pages 75-85. It comprises the first ten pages of the issue, the pagination of which was carried over from the previous issue. This printing of the address predates both the first separate version and the short excerpt printed by Ray Nash at Dartmouth as "The Four Beliefs." Some toning and slight wear to edges, including a couple minute tears and tiny chips, else a fine copy. From the collection of W.B. Shubrick Clymer, an early Frost bibliographer. (Crane D6). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Education by Poetry: A Meditative Monologue
Publisher: Amherst Graduates Quarterly
Publication Date: 1931
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