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A famous poet, Robert Frost read a poem at John F. Kennedy's Presidential Inauguration.
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he himself was taught by Aristotle
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Depends on whether you mean the book _The Road Less Traveled_ or the poem "The Road Not Taken," which has the lines "I took the one less traveled by,/ And that has made all the difference." The poem is the more popular, and what the line is quoted from the most. This is by Robert Frost, and can be…
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his favorite poem was the very famous "The road not taken," it speaks to the reader in many ways... i advise to read this magical poem one day!
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Frost died from a blood clot, that eventually got to his lungs, which killed him, on January 29th 1963.
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One of his hobbies were flying with his family. he also saw the first moon landing when he was 16.
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Listed below are some suggestions you may want to consider when speaking publicly. Realize you are not alone. Most individuals experience some type of nervousness when speaking to a crowd. It's normal. Some just experience it to greater degrees than others.Know your subject matter thoroughly. This …
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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.
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The poem 'Out, Out' by Robert Frost describes an accidental maiming of a young boy using a chain saw. The accident causes him the loss of a hand, then things quickly take a sad turn which leads to the boy's death. The poem calls the adults involved in the work for not calling it a day earlier, becau…
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His influences include psychological introspection and often dark meditations on universal themes, as well as outside factors such as political quandaries (1962 as the Cuban Missile Crisis was heating up) and familial ties. Much of his darker works can likely be accredited to the constant brushe…
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The land was ours before we were the land's. I believe what Frost was saying and what he believed was that "America" has always been theirs, even before they ever set foot on her soil. Almost like a sense on entitlement. robert frost is a homo
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I personally believe you cannot become a poet. Poetry is a gift, you are either born with it or your not. And, i am a poet. If your not born with it then its not to bad you can always write books. Be inspired, write behind the lignes.
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Answer because he wanted to express him opinion through poetry. The poem is anti-war. It shows the futility of it, because all that came of it was "many thousand bodies here lay rotting in the sun" and "land was wasted far and wide", nothing good actually came of it, as Kaspar and his family…
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In this poem, the poet contrasts the lives of poor and deprived countryside people who struggle to live with the thoughtless city people who don't even bother to notice the roadside stand that these people have put up to sell their goodies. The poem starts with the description of the roadside stand…
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robert frost had 6 children.
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You have to take chemistry and science. You probably need to take biology and physics too.
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A grand total of 133 are posted on wikipedia.After Apple-PickingAcquainted with the NightThe Aim Was SongAn Old Man's Winter NightThe ArmfulAsking for RosesThe BearBereftBirchesThe Black CottageBond and FreeA Boundless MomentA Brook in the CityBut Outer SpaceChoose Something Like a StarA Cliff Dwell…
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Death bears a lonely face And seldom ever leaves a trace Of what once used to be; That of you and me. Death, when it appears, Brings sorrow, pain and tears. You know they cannot stay But must forever pass away. Death, can kindness bring, Wherin every living thing At last will find surcease…
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Richard and Lindsey Roberts have 3 daughters and a son together. The son, Richard Oral Roberts, passed away at the age of 3 days. Jordan Roberts has a degree in Communications and Marketing from Oral Roberts University, and is a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. She is also the fo…
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Robert Frost is probably most known for Free Verse poems. He used a lot of metaphors, similes, personification, symbolism, and understatement. He was a very good and descriptive writer.
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The best known Robert Frost is the American poet (1874-1963). He once defined poetry as " what is lost in translation." He was a famous poet and he also read one of his poems John F. Kennedy's inauguration .
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Answer She was never given a name, and "The Blue Genie" refers to the "Boss" of the genies... not Jeannie's Evil cousin...
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Hindu The above answer is ridiculous. Frost's spirituality was very complex, he was outwardly ambivalent to religion, although he had a strong religious education from his mother, and his roots are New England Yankee. Hindu is ridiculous. Many people thought he was atheist but his mother and him a…
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I'm not really sure, but I'd say the reason's to show emotions. This's because he's talking about what he thinks (I guess.) I just read the poem, so I might be wrong.
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TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveler, long I stoodAnd looked down one as far as I couldTo where it bent in the undergrowth;Then took the other, as just as fair,And having perhaps the better claim,Because it was grassy and wanted wear;Though as for …
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Yes. Of course it does. It is the images portrayed within the poem that make it memorable. The image of the door is used in many cases throughout the poem. Gives it a kind of sarcastic and humorous side.
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it provided model for the American dream because many people wanted to live there they wanted to have nice yards and friendly neighbors as well as the ones that did not live in the suburb.
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Robert Lee Frost first published his first poem in 1894 and it was called My Butterfly: The Elegy.
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The theme is a story of self escape
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The summary is that someone is walking by and trips on a broken spear, or lance, that reminds him of a foot soldier who had died long ago. This line of thought leads on to thoughts on how today, when we use missiles, we can't really see the target, but when we used spears, we could see the target cl…
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Try the Battle of the Somme.
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Born- March 26, 1874 in San Fransisco, California Died- January 29, 1963 in Boston, Massachusetts His Father-journalist (strong Democrat) died from tuberculosis when Robert Frost was 11 His Mother- resumed her job as a school teacher after husbands death Attended Lawrence High School (was expell…
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Robert Frost wrote The Road not Taken in 1915 and it was published in 1916 The Road Not Taken was written by Robert Frost in 1915.
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The theme of "Stopping by Woods On A Snowy Evening" is obviously not a definite one. It is, moreover, the usage of simplicity at its best, insofar one can enjoy the superficial provocation. Deeper meaning can be drawn from the poem, and the beauty of the initial piece is that you can draw the deeper…
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It is about frost and his neighbour,every spring they meet to discuss on how to mend the wall that is being broken yet frost does not like the idea of having a wall.He asks himself what im i walling in or walling out,and when he suggests to his neighbour that they do not really need a wall,his neigh…
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The correct spelling is hoarfrost. Do an internet search with that spelling and you get loads of info. Hoarfrost A deposit of interlocking ice crystals (hoar crystals) formed by direct sublimation on objects, usually those of small diameter freely exposed to the air, such as tree branches, plant st…
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In 1906, he got pneumonia and almost died. He suffered from depression all of his life.
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wow *** Robert Frost died in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1963, and was buried in Old Bennington Cemetary in Bennington, Vermont.
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A Boy's Will, a collection of mainly autobiographical poems was published in 1913.
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He didn't have any illnesses except the fact that he was depressed from the loss of loved ones.
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In this poem, the poet contrasts the lives of poor and deprived countryside people who struggle to live, with the thoughtless city people who don't even bother to notice the roadside stand that these people have put up to sell their goodies.Lines 1 to 6The poem starts with the description of the roa…
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Poet Robert Frost never had a divorce. He was married to a woman named Elinor with whom he had 6 children.
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Because he was the first poet to get 4 awards for his poems!
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Dramatic Poetry is verse that is told from the point of view of a character while also telling a story. Writings from Robert Browning qualify for this distinction. Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven, "I Could Not Stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson and "The Applicant" by Sylvia Plath are also good examples…
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I believe Robert Frost was in fact a transcendentalist, he wrote about nature very often. Along with Walt Whitman, a very famous transcendentalist.
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December 19th, 1895 to Elinor Miriam White
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No Frost never graduated from college. He attended Harvard and Plymouth but never earned a degree at either.
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Some things that Robert Frost did include: Robert worked on a farm for nine years. He taught English at Amherst College, Massachusetts. He was teaching at the Bread Loaf School of English of Middlebury College. He had a fellowship teaching post at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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A Minor BirdIn this poem Robert frost is sad, he doesn't want to be near happy things, such as a singing bird (Misery loves company) and it seems as though his depression is unfounded- he cannot find the source of his melancholy and ends the poem questioning his sanity: 'And of course there must be…
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he actually had 6 kids Robert Frost (1874-1963) was born in San Francisco, California. His father William Frost, a journalist and an ardent Democrat, died when Frost was about eleven years old. His Scottish mother, the former Isabelle Moody, resumed her career as a schoolteacher to support her fami…
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Robert Frost was born on March 26, 1874.
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Robert Frost died on January 29, 1963 at the age of 88.
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he falls under American poetry of the 20th century
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was one of the best poet in the world
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Robert Frost wrote mostly 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 uncon…
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He wrote some Narrative Poems and Lyric Poems.
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Robert Frost begin writing poetry in 1894 after finding he was not satisfied with the various jobs he held. His first poem was My Butterfly, An Elegy.
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Robert Frost died at the age of 89, Of A Heart Attack
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Both A and BYes, The Road Not Taken is a poem by Robert Frost. What exactly is your question?When he was thinking of a Friend who had gone to war and he doesn't know where to go.Robert Frost published his poem, The Road Not Taken, in 1916.
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if your question is Who was the mother of Robert frost's kids than she was Elinor White
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Robert Frost was an American poet who lived from March of 1874 to January of 1963. He was married to Elinor Miriam White Frost from 1895 to 1938.
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Acceptance is a poem by Robert Frost. It describes the safe feeling that comes from being home or being in a familiar place.
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He married Elinor Miriam white =)
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In this poem, the poet contrasts the lives of poor and deprived countryside people who struggle to live with the thoughtless city people who don't even bother to notice the roadside stand that these people have put up to sell their goodies. The poem starts with the description of the roadside stand…
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He published his first poem on November 8, 1894 He continued to write his whole life In 1901, his grandfather left him a farm he promised to stay on for nine years. Here he wrote poems that would later become famous.
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Yes he was married, he got married to Elinor Miriam White when he was 21
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Robert Frost had six children with his wife Elinor. They had Elliot, Lesley, Carol, Marjorie, Irma, and Elinor. Elliot and Elinor died when they were children.
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An imagery poem is 4 paragraphs and 4 lines in each paragraph the 2nd and 4th line rhyme.
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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 define…
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San Francisco and New England
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Robert Frost obtained a brief teaching career. During this time, many of the works of his students inspired him to write poetry himself.
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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.
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Although Robert Frost wrote his first poems in high school, he may actually have simply fallen into the profession. He held various professions over the years, including factory work, newspaper writing and teaching, an occupation he shared with his wife.
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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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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!!
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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 farm.…
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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.
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He had one sister named Jeanie Florence.
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The Gift Outright, he did read it, though with great difficulty. Richard Nixon came and held his top hat to block the sun for Mr.Frost who was extremely old and having problems. He may not have finished it, but he made a heroic effort I will never forget. That was when I found there was such a thing…
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the poet has two big life decisions to think about an he decides to pick the better / best decision.
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He graduated from Lawrence High School in 1892 as co-valedictorian. He attended Dartmouth College for one semester. After he married his wife, he attended Harvard University for two years and only left to support his growing family.
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Robert Frost was influenced by other poets. Some of them were Rupert Brooke, Robert Graves, and Edward Thomas. He met these other poets while traveling abroad.
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Robert Frost, the famous American poet, was born in San Francisco, California on March 26, 1874. He received numerous awards throughout his career including four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry, and a Congressional Gold Medal. He passed away on January 29, 1963 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Personification and Rhyme Scheme
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he wrote 3 poems called mimi and butterflies and love
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While in England, Frost was deeply influenced by such English poets,such as Rupert Brooke.
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did robert frost ever get arrested
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I am pretty sure Frost had one wive named Elinor White but after her death in 1938 he became infatuated with a Kay Morrison and wrote her one of his most define love poems "A Witness Tree."
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Not exceptional, no. Since he faced depression, he had faced trauma as well. He went through many of his loved ones passing away, and that made him even worse.
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Both A and BThe author is Robert Frost. The poem begins,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.The final stanza contains some of Frost's more intriguing lin…
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no. he didnt die in his bed.he died on Jan. 29, 1963 in Boston from a blood clot in his lungs. =]
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Robert Frost wrote his poems during the Modernism Literary Movement.
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