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DescriptionRobert Frost. A BOY'S WILL.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, . First American edition [second issue?]. Signed by Frost on front flyleaf. Blue cloth binding. Binding somewhat faded on extremities, but otherwise near fine. Octavo (5" x 7.75"), [i-1], 2-63,  pages. First published in London by David Nutt in 1913, only two months after Frost (1874-1963) moved to Beaconsfield, England, A Boy's Will is his first collection of poetry, most of which was composed while he lived in Derry, New Hampshire. It includes 34 poems, such as "Ghost House," "Wind and the Window Flower," "Asking for Roses," "Waiting Afield at Dusk," "The Demiurge's Laugh," and "My Butterfly."
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