Fire and Ice
by Robert Frost
Fire and Ice Resources
Critical discussions of the poem, its composition, and its relation to Dante's Inferno.
Includes a good, brief biography of Frost and a solid selection of his poems.
An organization created to honor Frost invites you to take a trip to visit his stone house in Vermont, where he lived when "Fire and Ice" was published.
The most popular Web pages about Frost, ordered by Google.
U.S. Poet Laureate Kay Ryan delivers a lecture on one of her great influences, Robert Frost.
A large selection of recordings of Frost's poems.
The poet reads his own work aloud, including the classic "The Road Not Taken," "Mending Wall," and "The Death of the Hired Man."
A photographic portrait of Robert Frost.
The stone house in South Shaftesbury, Vermont, where Frost lived from 1920 to 1929.
Scanned pages from first editions of poetry collections by Robert Frost. "Fire and Ice" was published in 1923 along with New Hampshire.
This essay by Edward Garnett published in the Atlantic magazine in 1915 helped make Frost's reputation.