The Life of Robert Frost
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This paper examines the life of poet, Robert Frost. The author looks at the different historical events that spanned his lifetime, and how these events shaped the poetry that he wrote. It also looks at how his personal life, early experiences, and education influenced the topics that he wrote about in his poetry.
From the Paper:"Robert Frost's poems are sometimes very difficult to understand. He is deeply influenced by classical poets, such as Horace. Some people make Frost out to be a direct and straightforward writer. Frost does not write about the same thing; he has a variety of subjects and moods he writes his poems in. In his poem "Mending Wall", his mood is of an ordinary person. However, in the poems "Design" and Bereft?, he reacts to the terror and tragedies of in his life. In "Come in" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" he talks about the threatening aspects of nature. He varies in his poems and doesn't always stick to the same thing. (World Book, Inc-542-543)"
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