New Hampshire is Robert Frost’s poetic tour de force. It won the Pulitzer Prize for excellence in poetry. While Frost had been a respected poet before New Hampshire’s release New Hampshire forever cemented Frost’s standing as the greatest American Poet. If you’ve never read Frost, this is the book with which to start. It includes some of his most beloved poems such as "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Nothing Gold Can Stay" and "Fire and Ice.” Powerful and Evocative. Poems included are: 'New Hampshire' 'A Star in a Stone-Boat' 'The Census-Taker' 'The Star-Splitter' 'Maple' 'The Ax-Helve' 'The Grindstone' 'Paul’s Wife' 'Wild Grapes' 'Place for a Third' 'Two Witches' - 'The Witch of Coos' - 'The Pauper Witch of Grafton' 'An Empty Threat' 'A Fountain, a Bottle, a Donkey’s Ears, and Some Books' 'I Will Sing You One-O' 'Fragmentary Blue' 'Fire and Ice' 'In a Disused Graveyard' 'Dust of Snow' 'To E.T.' 'Nothing Gold Can Stay' 'The Runaway' 'The Aim Was Song' 'Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening' 'For Once, Then, Something' 'Blue-Butterfly Day' 'The Onset' 'To Earthward' 'Good-by and Keep Cold' 'Two Look at Two' 'Not to Keep' 'A Brook in the City' 'The Kitchen Chimney' 'Looking for a Sunset Bird in Winter' 'A Boundless Moment' 'Evening in a Sugar Orchard' 'Gathering Leaves' 'The Valley’s Singing Day' 'Misgiving' 'A Hillside Thaw' 'Plowmen' 'On a Tree Fallen Across the Road' 'Our Singing Strength' 'The Lockless Door' 'The Need of Being Versed in Country Things'