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Robert Frost
used in In Cold Blood

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U.S. poet considered by many to be the greatest of the 20th century; famous for lyrical poems set in rural New England such as The Road Not Taken (1874-1963)
  • Andrews averaged fifteen to twenty books a week; his taste encompassed both trash and belle-lettres, and he liked poetry, Robert Frost's particularly, but he also admired Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and the comic poems of Ogden Nash.
    4 — The Corner (76% in)

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