Robert Frost’s First Pulitzer

On this date in 1924, Robert Frost won the first of what would eventually be four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry for his collection New Hampshire. The book contains some of Frost’s most beloved poems, including “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”, “Fire and Ice” and “Nothing Gold Can Stay”, and contained woodcut illustrations by artist J.J. Lankes. 

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