“Two Tramps in Mud Time” by Robert Frost
read by Mike Kimball
Two Tramps in Mud Time was published in the Saturday Review of Literature, October 6, 1934, and in A Further Range, 1936. This poem is the most characteristic of Robert Frost, and speaks highly of the dignity of manual labor. It also provides a peek at New England Spring, which hasn’t changed.
Two Tramps in Mud Time by Robert Frost, read by Mike Kimball (bio) (00:03:30)
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