by Robert Frost
As part of their series, the University of Illinois English Department has a collection of criticism on the poem, including an essay by poet Randall Jarrell.
The American Academy of Poets hosts a concise introduction to Robert Frost, many of his important poems, and a bibliography of his work.
The folks of Poetry magazine have put together a biography site for Frost. You might want to check out the "Further Reading" section.
Want to know more about a heal-all? Check out this website, which includes tons of close-up pictures of the flowers.
Enjoy a video of Frost reciting one of his most famous poems, with an introduction from Garrison Keillor.
This is a pretty creepy computer animation interpretation of the poem done by a student at Ithaca College.
Here's a reading of the poem produced by LibriVox.
This one's by someone named Cammy Thomas.
Articles and Interviews
Frost famously wrote a poem for JFK's inauguration, but was unable to read it, so he ended up reciting "The Gift Outright." Read about it and hear the poem here.
Written by Frost, this is one of the most famous and interesting essays on poetry in American history. Check it out.
The Library of America Edition contains the most accurate text, excellent footnotes, and critical essays about Frost.
Jay Parini's biography is the work of over two decades of research, including personal interviews with those closest to Frost.