Presented by: Sue Ellen Thompson
Sponsored by Friends of the Hancock Free Public Library
When Robert Frost and his family moved to England in 1912, he hoped to find more time for writing. He fell in with a group of English writers that included Edward Thomas, who was known primarily for his nonfiction and biographies.
Thompson's lecture will trace the course of this literary friendship and the poems that came out of it, which will be read and discussed.