Robert Frost Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 17 pages of information about the life of Robert Frost.
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Robert Frost is considered one of the foremost American poets of the twentieth century. Through his imagery of nature and life in rural New England, Frost explored fundamental questions about man's existence. He became America's favorite and most beloved poet, winning both popular and critical acclaim during his lifetime. Using deceptively simple language he combined the roles of farmer-poet and philosopher to create a memorable body of distinctly American poetry. In addition to winning the Pulitzer Prize four times and receiving countless other honors, Frost received a Congressional Gold Medal for his achievements and also participated in the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy in January, 1961.

Frost lived during a remarkable time of change and development. He was born in 1874, a mere decade after the Civil War, and he died in 1963, the same decade man walked on the moon. Just as his lifetime spanned between two centuries, his...

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