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Robert Frost

A famous poet, Robert Frost read a poem at John F. Kennedy's Presidential Inauguration.
It is in narrative form. However, if your question is otherwise, itis an autobiographical and inspirational poem as well.
Robert had 6 children but 2 of them died.
the woods belong to a man who lives in the village
Robert frost views life are quite...well, sad. He wrote in the modernist period where there came about a meaninglessness of lives, and post WWI greatly damaged the minds of a whole generation. However, Frost also see's life as optimistic, and many people don't see it but his poetry is quite cheerful...
the hunters damage the wall becase i dont know .....
A Traditional Swahelian Poem. Originating from 1876 the Traditional Swahelian Poem is a very common poem type used by many great poets.
An imagery poem is 4 paragraphs and 4 lines in each paragraph the 2nd and 4th line rhyme. .
The Runaway is about a mother with her son or daughter watching a child run away because he is scared of something that he shouldn't be scared of (embarrassment) and then he comes back but is not accepted into his home.
Nothing Gold Can Stay represents that nothing innocent can stay for long. For example, as Robert Frost states, some of the first things in nature are gold (like a sunrise). The gold eventually fades away from its beauty.
that Robert frost took the road he wanted to take not what others thought he should take....but the poem was ful of regret and that "oh i just wish this didnt happen thing" but he is telling us to choose what you want to take.....and do wat you want to do
He had 6 children. . Elliot (1896-1904) . Lesley (1899-1983) . Carol (1902-40) . Irma (1903-67) . Marjorie (1905-34) . Elinor Bettina (1907) .
Some say Robert Frost had no embossed style. As he wrote in a letter to a contemporary, "style in prose or verse is that which indicates how the writer takes himself and what he is saying." Indeed Frost held style as dominion when writing, but his style cannot really be pinpointed down to one...
Robert Hayden wrote this poem, to show the regret he has after all these years that he thought his father hated him, just because he was stern. Now Robert feels complex feelings, he feels regret, shame and probably annoyance because he refused to accept the fact the his father was stern and that he...
Yes. Ponyboy says the poem in the book when Johnny and him are in Windrixville watching the sunrise.
Here is a piece on Frost's writing style: http://www.frostfriends.org/style.html
yes, the work is a modernist including some characterisations such as "the one less... all the difference.", " I kept the first for another day". In these sentences has a modernism effects
It is about how precious and fleeting natural beauty and perfection are.
If you accept the former, he is tortured by the regret of a past experience for which he is responsible. He cannot escape his conscience; it will follow him. If you accept the latter, he is scared by opportunity and the daunting chance of failure. .
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Fire and Ice. Fire represents desire and Ice represents Hatred. Frost talks about how both "fire" and "ice" will be the downfall of humanity and lead to the end of the world.
its all just about he he feels lonelyness for all the things happening around him such as snow fall.
for many reasons: for one to show the effect every decision we make has an outcome and we can't change that outcome once we make that choice; and we will wonder what would happen if we had choose the other path. That is just my opinion i hope that helps = p
Johnny says "Too bad it couldn't stay like that." and that's when the poem poped into Ponyboy's mind. " Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down...
Robert Frost studied at Harvard High School=)
The Road Not Taken-Robert Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth. Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim...
Robert Frost worked at the University of Michigan one year. One of his friends there, was Harley Harris Bartlett, Chair of the Botany Department. One night, they were so engrossed in conversation that they kept walking each other home. It was snowing. Eventually, Bartlett had the last leg of the...
A guy on a train sees a hermit in his cabin; the guy then imagines different facts about the man in the cabin's life.
San Francisco and New England
in 1912 frost sailed with his family to great britian.living first in Glasgow before settling in beacons field outside London's the momentous decision was to leave us (a year after leaving his diary farm) and settle in great britian.which is where he received his first real acclaim as a poet .it was...
It is blank verse - unrhymed iambic pentameter.
It means the season is changing to fall. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ No. It doesn't. It's a commentary, edging on satire, on choice. Two roads diverged in a wood= Two choices in life The poem essentially describes these two roads as the same, through Robert Frost's characterization. In...
The poem, Questioning Faces , means that an owl is watching in on children.
My November Guest The Oft-Repeated Dream The Road Not Taken
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Fire and Ice are completely different but in the poem "Fire and Ice" he describes that Fire and ice are very much alike in the way that they can both destroy the world
Yes, it's comparing making choices to two paths in the woods check out this website: http://hrsbstaff.ednet.ns.ca/engramja/projects&evals/mag_1/frost.htm
Snow comes in late fall or winter. The person stopping is advancing in years but, still has time to go on in life before the dark night. Those who don't understand will think him odd to stop and enjoy life when he is alone. This is what this poem told me over 50 years ago. They do not understand...
"The Road Not Taken" is one of America's most celebrated poems. The expression is most often used to express the different paths we take in life and in this case the one we do not choose. The narrator in the poem uses the expression that he has taken a different path and is usually viewed as a...
-The rhyme scheme goes ABAB -The poem starts out describing how the speaker, after experiencing things like love "as sweet as I could bear" and "strong sweets", chose the lesser desires, more average in comparison, like air and rose petals. Note that air and rose petals are not as intrusive and...
Robert Frost obtained a brief teaching career. During this time, many of the works of his students inspired him to write poetry himself.
Robert Frost's father died in 1885.
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Frost wrote the the poem "Mending Wall" while he was in England. He missed the Derry Farm in New Hampshire and mending the wall with his neighbor.
Robert frost famous poems are the "Road not Taken", "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening", and "Fire and Ice".
Although Robert Frost wrote his first poems in high school, he mayactually have simply fallen into the profession. He held variousprofessions over the years, including factory work, newspaperwriting and teaching, an occupation he shared with his wife.
Frost's poem "Stopping by woods on a snowy evening" is first person. Your best clue is the use of the pronoun "I," as in "Miles to go before I sleep."
Poetry always uses a lot of imagery, and Frost uses a lot of sounddevices in his poetry as well.
The character by the name of Silas from Death of the Hired Man by Robert Frost is a man who is not thought of very highly.
Lyric and narrative poetry, with characters, background, and imagery drawn from New England. His choice of rural subjects and traditional verse forms has contributed to the view of his work as homely and comfortable, but the underlying darkness and ambiguous vision is unconventional.
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the rhyme scheme for the poem "Going for the water" is, "abcb" for all the stanzas
there is one idea that it is literally himself describing an old town where himself and a companion (probably female) used to visit/ live. They used to visit the place where they could look across the sea to the weir "matchstick". He remembers this relationship and how it failed in the last stanza. ...
He was born with a mental illness! He won the Pulitzer Prize 4 times, more than any other poet in history. He had 6 kids because he goes to bars and bangs random girls being born with an illness ain't funny man, wud u like it if had an illness i don't fink so!!
Robert Frost Americas greatest american poet won 4 Pulitzer prizes
The Road Not Taken" consists of four stanzas of five lines. The rhyme scheme is ABAAB. There are four stressed syllables per line, varying on an iambic tetrameter base.
In Robert Frost's Mending Wall, the neighbor represents the oldtraditions and customs. He uses stories from the past to guide himthrough life.
He believed that the choices we make are very significant in how our lives turn out. He thought the essential things in life are what is unseen, such as placing a high value on caring relationships and having integrity.
Nothing good lasts forever, so you must cherish it while you can.
If he died , he could not survive.
Nature : Frost's father gave him a farm in New Hampshire, intending it to be a stabilizing influence. (Farm life is rigorous and scheduled.) However, Frost wrote many poems incorporating the sights and sounds of nature, which can only be noticed while in quiet contemplation (aka not working the...
I think he might have been 38 years as his b'day fall in the year 1874.
the poetic devices used are repetition and end rhymes
in 1912 frost sailed with his family to great britian.living first in Glasgow before settling in beacons field outside London's the momentous decision was to leave us (a year after leaving his diary farm) and settle in great britian.which is where he received his first real acclaim as a poet .it was...
Robert frost was one of the best poets.He was also a author and became famous from a poem and then later on a author.
His father was William Frost His mother was Isabelle Moody
Robert Frost's mentor was Sylvestor Baxter. Baxter went to Germany to study engineering. He came back to Boston and designed the Charles River basin. He wrote a number of books and corresponded with Mark Twain.
No, the poem Mending Wall by Robert Frost is not about mending a wall, it is essentially a dialogue of why the speaker does not like a wall when his neighbor does.
He wrote it based on his perspective. It was about his neighbor and what she did on the farm.
Looking back through the decisions you made in your live, there may have been one where your did choose the unconventional but - in the end or for you your hopes - ideal option.
yes, he became a popular poet in america.
Robert Frost wrote "Nothing Gold Can Stay." He also wrote the poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening."
The poet tells us that a man wants to travel both the roads but he can't. He doesn't realise that both the roads are the not same he says is afraid because he might end up going on the wrong path of life whit drugs and stuff that is bad and the road that he does take is the good path in life with no...