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" I could give all to Time except— except What I myself have held. But why declare The things forbidden that while the Customs slept I have crossed to Safety with? For I am There, And what I would not part with I have kept. "
The Dialect of the Tribe: Speech and Community in Modern Fiction - Page 3
de Margery Sabin - 1987 - 320 pages
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The Poetry of Robert Frost: The Collected Poems, Complete and Unabridged

Robert Frost - 1979 - 607 pages
...of joy or grief At such a planetary change of style. 10 I could give all to Time except — except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There, And what I would not part with I have kept. 15 CARPE DIEM Age saw two quiet children Go loving by at twilight, He knew not whether homeward, Or...
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Form, Cycle, Infinity: Landscape Imagery in the Poetry of Robert Frost and ...

Rachel Hadas - 1985 - 221 pages
...successfully smuggled its contraband of temps retrouve: I could give all to Time except — except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There, And what I would not part with I have kept. iv Inner and outer weather Sometimes the blurring of boundaries in Frost gets out of control. A more...
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At Seventy: A Journal

May Sarton - 1984 - 334 pages
...time to work. Who could ask for more? As Robert Frost says: I could give all to Time except — except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There, And what I would not part with I have kept. CREDIT: ROD KESSLER \UTOBIOGRAPHY / WOMEN'S STUDIES AT SEVENTY A JOURNAL MAY SARTON May Sarton-poet,...
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Robert Frost: The Work of Knowing : with a New Afterword

Richard Poirier - 1990 - 349 pages
...lack of joy or grief At such a planetary change of style. I could give all to Time except — except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There, And what I would not part with I have kept. Again, we find the familiar word "kept" — "He thought he kept the universe alone" ("The Most of It");...
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Conversations with May Sarton

May Sarton - 1991 - 213 pages
...time in my life when I must leam what to let go and what to keep. Robert Frost has a poem that begins, "I could give all to Time except—except/ What I myself have held." And it ends, "And what I would not part with I have kept." I think often of this. When one is young,...
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Journal of a Solitude

May Sarton - 1992 - 208 pages
...Frost's poem running through my head, the one that ends, I could give all to Time except— except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There. And what I would not part with I have kept. There is only one real deprivation, I decided this morning, and that is not to be able to give one's...
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The Disciplined Heart

Caroline J. Simon - 1997 - 214 pages
...Time," the final stanza of which is the lsook's epigraph: 1 could give all to Time except — - except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There And what I would not part with I have kept. The poem's themes of time's power to bring about change and its indifference in the face of massive...
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Wallace Stegner and the Continental Vision: Essays on Literature, History ...

Curt Meine - 1997 - 277 pages
...Robert Frost called "I Could Give All to Time," addresses this struggle. The poem's narrator questions: But why declare The Things forbidden that while the...There And what I would not part with I have kept. This speaker does find sanctuary "there." But he is unable or unwilling to "declare" what he carried...
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The Cambridge Companion to Robert Frost

Robert Faggen - 2001 - 281 pages
...knows all about Time's effects, is impelled to resist them: I could give all to Time except - except What I myself have held. But why declare The things...There, And what I would not part with I have kept. In that final stanza we see those capital letters, hear that ringing human affirmation (which Randall...
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Head and Heart: A Personal Exploration of Science and the Sacred

Victor Mansfield - 2002 - 295 pages
...a smile; And 1 could share Time's lack of joy or grief At such a planetary change of style. I would give all to Time except—except What I myself have...There And what I would not part with I have kept. f f Complete Poems of Robert Frost (New York: Holt, 1964), p. 447. The poem's reference to time is...
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