In You Come Too, America's most beloved poet gathered a group of his poems that naturally lend themselves to being read aloud. For Robert Frost, this was a labor of love and a way to share his work with readers of several generations. Wit, wisdom, and tenderness are to be found in the poetry of a man with a youthful heart and a beautiful spirit, who, as Noel Perrin writes in his new foreword, was determined to use "the ordinary language of ordinary people, and to transmute that plain Yankee speech into shining verse."
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