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Essay | Robert Frost

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Robert Frost.
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Robert Frost

Summary: Arguably the greatest American poet in history, Robert Frost explored questions about human existence through imagery of nature and life in New England and through language that common people could understand. As a study of his life reveals, both Frost's professional life and his personal life revolved around poetry.
Robert Frost, arguably the greatest American poet in history, used imagery of nature and life in New England to explore fundamental questions about human existence. Using simple yet captivating language, Frost captured the attention of America and was revered for his work; he won the Nobel prize and the Pulitzer prize four times. Born in San Francisco, he did not originally have the New England background he became famous for. His father graduated from Harvard, but succumbed to alcohol and became a drunk. When Frost was eleven, his father died. He never got a chance to know him very well. Frost's mother took his sister and him to Massachusetts where she could support them as a schoolteacher. Frost fell in love with poetry almost right away. When Frost turned sixteen he had already decided he wanted to do nothing more than write poetry. Graduating high school in 1892 at...

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