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Robert Frost biography :

Named after the famed Confederate General during the American Civil War, Robert Lee Frost is considered as one of America’s best 20th century bards. This four-time Pulitzer Prize winner was born on 26 May 1874 in San Francisco, California to Isabelle Moodie and William Prescott Frost Jr.

Although Robert Frost seemed to have trouble staying in school in his youth, his intelligence gradually shone through. In 1888, Robert Frost passed and entered Lawrence High School’s “Classical” (college prep) program. A year later, he finished the school year at the top of his class. In 1890, “La Noche Triste” Robert Frost’s first poem was printed in the Lawrence High School Bulletin. His second poem, “The Song of the Wave” was printed within a month’s time.
In 1895, Robert Frost finally married his long-time sweetheart, Elinor Miriam White. He and his wife lived in a farm in New Hampshire and for almost a decade, Robert Frost wrote poems and taught at Derry’s Pinkerton Academy.
In 1912, Robert Frost and his family moved to England so he could focus all his attention to writing. His gamble paid off as his work was immediately recognised. “A Boy’s Will”, a collection of Frost’s poems was published by London firm David Nutt and Company. His book “North of Boston” was his first book that was published in the United States.
Robert Frost returned to the United States in 1915 and settled in Franconia, New Hampshire. He continued to write poems and published his third book, “Mountain Interval” in 1916. He received his first Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1923, for New Hampshire. He received three more Pulitzer awards in the years 1930 (Collected Poems), 1936 (A Further Range), and 1942 (Witness Tree).
In 07 January 1963, Frost suffered an embolism, and passed away a few minutes after midnight 22 days later. His ashes are interred in Old Bennington, Vermont.


Poems by Robert Frost :

The Road Not Taken

The Rose Family

A Time to Talk

Canis Major

Dust in the Eyes

A Peck of Gold

Dust of Snow

Into My Own

My Butterfly

Ghost House

The Fear

Christmas Trees

The Cow in Apple Time




Books of poetry by Robert Frost  :

The Road Not Taken and Other Poems


Book Description

A treasury of Frost's most expressive verse. In addition to the title poem: "An Old Man's Winter Night," "In the Home Stretch," "Meeting and Passing," "Putting in the Seed," many more. All complete and unabridged.




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