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                Robert Frost (1874-1963)

                  Stopping By Woods on a
                        Snowy Evening

First Line:   Whose woods these are I think I know.

This poem first appeared in Frost's 1923 collection
New Hampshire. As such, it is protected by
copyright and should not be printed out or stored in
any permanent form without permission of the
copyright holder. William Harmon lists it as one of
the hundred most anthologized poems in the English
language. It can be found in:

  • Frost, Robert. Collected Poems of Robert Frost.
    New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1930.
  • Harmon, William, ed. The Classic Hundred Poems
    (Second Edition)
    . New York: Colubia University
    Press, 1998.