Editor Lathem assembled these two titles in 1966 and 1972, respectively, when he was a librarian at Dartmouth. Interviews includes nearly 60 talks with Frost gleaned from newspapers, journals, TV programs, and even student newspapers from 1915 to 1962. LJ's reviewer found that Frost possessed a "remarkable ability to be consistent without becoming a bore" (LJ 7/66). LJ's reviewer also stated that the latter volume was somewhat of a "rarity" in that it was "an attractive concordance" (LJ 4/1/72). This edition of the Concordance includes a revised and expanded introduction by Lathem. This fine duo are essential for academic libraries.