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See Article History Alternative Title: While their mother taught at a variety of schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Robert and Jeanie grew up in Lawrence, and Robert graduated from high school in A top student in his class, he shared valedictorian honours with Elinor White, with whom he had already fallen in love.
Robert and Elinor shared a deep interest in poetrybut their continued education sent Robert to Dartmouth College and Elinor to St.
He and Elinor married in but found life difficult, and the young poet supported them by teaching school and farming, neither with notable success. During the next dozen years, six children were born, two of whom died early, leaving a family of one son and three daughters.
From to the family raised poultry on a farm near DerryNew Hampshire, and for a time Frost also taught at the Pinkerton Academy in Derry. Frost became an enthusiastic botanist and acquired his poetic persona of a New England rural sage during the years he and his family spent at Derry.
All this while he was writing poems, but publishing outlets showed little interest in them. In ownership of the Derry farm passed to Frost.
A momentous decision was made: Accordingly, in August the Frost family sailed across the Atlantic to England. Frost carried with him sheaves of verses he had written but not gotten into print. Taking his books home to America, Lowell then began a campaign to locate an American publisher for them, meanwhile writing her own laudatory review of North of Boston.
Without his being fully aware of it, Frost was on his way to fame. Frost soon found himself besieged by magazines seeking to publish his poems.
Never before had an American poet achieved such rapid fame after such a disheartening delay. From this moment his career rose on an ascending curve.
Frost bought a small farm at Franconia, New Hampshire, inbut his income from both poetry and farming proved inadequate to support his family, and so he lectured and taught part-time at Amherst College and at the University of Michigan from to Any remaining doubt about his poetic abilities was dispelled by the collection Mountain Intervalwhich continued the high level established by his first books.
His reputation was further enhanced by New Hampshirewhich received the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Frost served as a poet-in-residence at Harvard —43Dartmouth —49and Amherst College —63and in his old age he gathered honours and awards from every quarter.
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A second analysis: The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is quite a popular poem; unfortunately however, its popularity comes mainly from the simple act of misreading.
With this poem, Frost has given the world a piece of writing that every individual can relate to, especially when it comes to the concept of choices and opportunities in life. Feb 17, · In "The Road Not Taken," Frost does not indicate whether the road he chose was the right one.
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