Hard Cover. New York: Random House, 1930. First Edition. Very Good.
First edition, limited issue of 1,000 signed copies, this being number 155. Signed by Frost to half-title. Publisher's light tan linen cloth over beveled boards, brown morocco spine label lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. A very good copy with some wear and toning mostly to spine, spine ends lightly frayed, spine label rubbed and a bit scuffed and some mild offsetting to endpapers. Crane A14. Published first in this limited issue and followed quickly by a trade edition, this volume marks the first collected edition of Frost's poetry, and earned him his second Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1931. It contains the poems from his most popular collections: A Boy's Will, Mountain Interval, New Hampshire, North of Boston, and West-Running Brook. Specifically, it includes "The Road Not Taken," "Birches," "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Acquainted with the Night," "Fire and Ice," "Nothing Gold Can Stay," and "Mending Wall," among others.