Table of contents for Belief and uncertainty in the poetry of Robert Frost / Robert Pack.


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Contents
		Preface	ix
		Introduction by Jay Parini	xiii
	1.	Taking Dominion over the Wilderness	1
	2.	Darwin, the Book of Job, and Frost's A Masque of Reason	33
	3.	Loss and Inheritance in Wordsworth's "Michael" and
Frost's "Wild Grapes"	61
	4.	Mourning and Acceptance	92
	5.	The Modern Muse: Stevens and Frost	112
	6.	Enigmatical Reserve: Robert Frost as Teacher and 
Preacher	136
	7.	Robert Frost's "As If" Belief	150
	8.	Self-Deception, Lying, and Fictive Truthfulness	169
	9.	Reading the Landscape: Place and Nothingness	193
	10.	Parenthood and Perspective	205
		Notes	229
		Selected Bibliography of Critical and Biographical 
Works	235
		Index	237
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Frost, Robert, 1874-1963 Criticism and interpretation, Belief and doubt in literature