North of Boston is a collection of seventeen poems by Robert Frost, first published in 1914 by David Nutt in Great Britain. Most of the poems resemble short dramas or dialogues. It is also called a book of people because most of the poems deal with New England themes and Yankee farmers. Ezra Pound wrote a review of this collection in 1914.
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Boston is situated on Boston Harbor, an arm of Massachusetts Bay, itself an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. The geographical center of Boston is in Roxbury. Due north of the center we find the South End. This is not to be confused with South Boston which lies directly east from the South End.
North Boston is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Boston in Erie County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 census, the CDP population was 2,521. It is part of the Buffalo – Niagara Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area . North Boston is on the northern town line, located around the junction of NY Routes 277 and 391 .
North and east of downtown are the neighborhoods of East Boston and Charlestown. East Boston has a majority of Hispanics, Brazilians, and young professionals, with a remnant of older Italians, and is the site of Logan International Airport.
North of Boston (1914) was Robert Frost 's (1874–1963) second book of poetry and it established him as the American poet of New England. The collection is considered the major achievement of a career that included writing, farming, teaching, journalism, and lecturing.