Dartmouth Poet in Residence

Dartmouth on the Poet in Residence at The Frost Place – A History of Writing and Discovery

Travis Hall headshot.jpg“The New England landscape [Frost] was writing about was already imperfect,” McLarney said. “It is not like he lived this pastoral ideal that most people think. He was also looking at a real, compromised world, but was able to create incredibly beautiful poems that are critical of humanity while never failing to find the beauty in his surroundings.”

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