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Mountain Interval

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Originally published in 1916 and revised in 1920, Mountain Interval is Robert Frost's third collection of solo poetry. In it, Frost reflects on human tragedies and fears, expresses his reaction to the complexities of life, and ultimately accepts his own personal burdens. The collection prefaces itself with one of Frost's best known poems, "The Road Not Taken." - Summary by Mary Kay and Bartleby

Cast list for "Snow"
Narrator: Kristin Gjerløw
Mr. Cole: TriciaG
Mrs. Cole: Maria Kasper
Meserve: Ray Kasper
Edited by Maria Kasper

(1 hr 26 min)

Chapters

To You

0:53

Read by Keith Louis

The Road Not Taken

1:34

Read by Maria Kasper

Christmas Trees

3:34

Read by Jack Albert

An Old Man's Winter Night

1:48

Read by Phil Schempf

A Patch of Old Snow

0:36

Read by Jude

In the Home Stretch

11:10

Read by Maria Kasper

The Telephone

1:13

Read by Keith Louis

Meeting and Passing

1:04

Read by Keith Louis

Hyla Brook

1:16

Read by Maria Kasper

The Oven Bird

1:10

Read by Keith Louis

Bond and Free

1:27

Read by Keith Louis

Birches

3:55

Read by Maria Kasper

Pea Brush

1:30

Read by Kathleen Moore

Putting in the Seed

1:10

Read by Kathleen Moore

A Time to Talk

0:47

Read by Kathleen Moore

A Cow in Apple Time

1:02

Read by Keith Louis

An Encounter

1:33

Read by Phil Schempf

Range-Finding

1:10

Read by Keith Louis

The Hill Wife

4:01

Read by Jacquelyn Bengfort

The Bonfire

7:00

Read by Maria Kasper

A Girl's Garden

2:21

Read by Keith Louis

The Exposed Nest

2:35

Read by Maria Kasper

"Out, Out-"

2:16

Read by TriciaG

Brown's Descent or the Willy-Nilly Slide

3:30

Read by Phil Schempf

The Gum-Gatherer

2:05

Read by Jack Albert

The Line-Gang

1:13

Read by Maria Kasper

The Vanishing Red

1:54

Read by TriciaG

Snow

21:13

Read by LibriVox Volunteers

The Sound of Trees

1:35

Read by Maria Kasper

Bewertungen

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The 20 minute reading of "snow" was absolutely atrocious