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Recited by Robert Frost
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Please complete the activities in numerical order.
Florestan Recital Project
Words by Robert Frost (1874-1963)
Composed by Samuel Barber
Soloist: Aaron Engebreth
Pianist: Alison d'Amato
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Robert Frost wrote "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" in 1922, two years before winning the first of his four Pulitzer Prizes. The poem tells the story of a man traveling through some snowy woods on the darkest evening of the year, and he's pretty much in love with what he sees around him. He's on his way back to town, but he can't quite tear himself away from the lovely and dark woods.
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Review the text of the poem provided to you by your teacher. After reading the text, write down three observations or questions you have. Be prepared to discuss in class.
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