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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, it  is 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
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.
He had 6 children. . Elliot (1896-1904) . Lesley (1899-1983) . Carol (1902-40) . Irma (1903-67) . Marjorie (1905-34) . Elinor Bettina (1907) .
Here is a piece on Frost's writing style: http://www.frostfriends.org/style.html
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
Robert Frost studied at Harvard High School=)
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
It is blank verse - unrhymed iambic pentameter.
The poem, Questioning Faces , means that an owl is watching in on children.
My November GuestThe Oft-Repeated DreamThe 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
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...
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.
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.
Poetry always uses a lot of imagery, and Frost uses a lot of sound  devices 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.
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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
In Robert Frost's Mending Wall, the neighbor represents the old  traditions and customs. He uses stories from the past to guide him  through 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.
I think he might have been 38 years as his b'day fall in the year 1874.
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.
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.
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...
The two roads symbolise the two choices he has to either conform or be an individual. The rocky, dirty, perilous and the less inviting path is the path of an individual, but the seemingly easy path with nice green Fields that is very inviting is the path of conformity. The line "...it was grassy and...
He had one sister named Jeanie Florence.
Because is shows how some people regret not doing certain things. For example, if you could buy a banana icecream or a popcorn icecream, and you buy the banana, you could wonder what the popcorn icecream tastes like for a while, because it is the road you did not take.
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...
Because it queer to stop without a farmhouse near.
Elliot (1896-1904, died of http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Cholera); daughter Lesley Frost Ballantine (1899-1983); son Carol (1902-1940, committed suicide); daughter Irma (1903-1967); daughter Marjorie (1905-1934, died as a result of http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Puerperal_fever after childbirth); and...
Dust of Snow By Robert FrostThe way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued.Have you ever had just one of those days? You know what I mean. It would appear that our author, Mr. Frost, has...
Robert Frost taught at Pinkerton Academy, a secondary school in New  Hampshire; New Hampshire Normal School in Plymouth, New Hampshire;  Amherst College in Massachusetts; Bread Loaf School of English at  Middlebury College, at the mountain campus at Ripton, Vermont;  University of Michigan, Ann...
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the poet has two big life decisions to think about an he decides to pick the better / best decision.
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.
  We get along better when we mind our boundaries.
The road is a pretty straightforward for the choices that one makes in life.  An individual stands looking a two roads "diverging into a yellow wood".  He cannot see where they go but one is less well traveled than the other. He chooses the road less traveled and perceives that he is the...
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, Conversations on the  Craft of Poetry (1959
Poets have the whole phonetic structures of their languages to work with when they compose. Some poetic devices such as meter and rhyme are so well represented in the general vocabulary as to need little comment, but subtler effects that poets presumably put into their work, and that readers or...
Carpe Deim means that seize the day. no matter what the situation comes just don't harp to much on past. look on to your present and live it as it is your last day. 
Robert frosts greatest accomplishment was earning over 40 honary medals.He was also one of the best weiters
"The Road Not Taken" was written after Robert Frost moved his family to England in 1912.  The poem itself was published in 1916, four years after his big move to Britain. The poem, I believe, was actually written about the Frost family moving from America to England.
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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.
it was difficult as it was depend fully on future and all the members of his family was farmers and also he was risky and adventurous