Letters: Trashing Frost's House
ROBERT SIEGEL, Host:
The class was part of their sentence for trashing Frost's summer home in Vermont.
JAY PARINI: I found my self engaging with these kids in a way that changed me. I went away stunned by the power of poetry to change lives and to make people think about their world in fresh ways.
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