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The Poetry of Robert Frost

Summary: Robert Frosts's writings have influenced so many people and instilled such dynamism to American culture, he has been dubbed "America's Poet". His descriptions of nature, his talks of love, and his ideas that just flow from his mind would not have been possible without the influence of his wife and the natural surroundings of his farm in rural New England.
The Poetry of Robert Frost

The poetry of Robert Frost has been very influential in American culture, so much that he has been called America's Poet. In his poems, he focuses on nature, love, and "the dream world of possibility" (Cramer 39). Living on a New England farm, he was inspired by many of his surroundings that kept him secluded from the industrial world as well as his wife, who was also very influential in his poems. His most famous poem, "The Road Not Taken" has a unique style and displays a very important message as well as many of his other poems which give the reader a real insight to who he is as a person and what his poetry is all about.

Living in the country side of New England, Frost started writing poems at the very young age of 11. (Burnshaw 13) His first published...

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