Robert Frost Short Story

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A Brief Life Story of Robert Frost Robert Frost , a poet of the Romantic American movement of the 1800s. He came breathing on this Earth in the late 1800s. As much as we praise this esteemed poet, the praise seems less and inadequate as his works and pieces have touched generations of people. This research paper aims to study in detail three of Robert Frost’s most famous poems, namely “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening”, “The Road not Taken” and “ Fire and Ice”. These poems will be quoted, understood, analyzed and also, will be compared to the contemporaries of Frost at that time to understand the psyche and the conditions which influenced the writing of the Romantic American Movement. The main focus of the analysis is going to be on “The Road Not Taken” as it is one of the most misunderstood poems. Robert Lee Frost’s birth took place in California, San Francisco on the 26th of March, 1874. His mother, Isabelle Moodie was a teacher and his father, William Prescott Frost Jr., was a teacher and journalist. Being from a well read and a cultured family, Frost was introduced to the wonderful and delightful world of reading since a very young age. He also formed a life-long love of nature, the great outdoors and rural countryside. His poetical education started in San Francisco itself, but he found his place of safety in New England when his family moved to Lawrence, Massachusetts, in 1884 after his father’s death. Frost didn 't take a very long time to decide the fact that
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