1. What is an anthologist?
An anthologist is someone who puts together the work of someone else in a single book, instead of having that work spread out among many books or magazines.
2. How does Untermeyer describe Frost?
Untermeyer describes Frost as an ordinary, hard-working man who found such means of expression that he became a beloved and award-winning poet.
3. How did Frost get his name?
Frost got his name from his father who was a sympathizer with the South during the Civil War and named his son Robert Lee Frost, after a famous southern general.
4. What happened to Frost in 1913?
In 1913 Frost had his first book of poetry published.
5. What did Frost do when he knew that he could live by poetry alone?
When Frost knew that he could live by poetry alone, he bought a farm in New Hampshire.
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