Robert Frost Wiki, Bio, Poems, Biography, Quotes, Wikipedia, Famous Poem
Robert Frost Wiki, Bio, Poems, Biography, Quotes, Wikipedia, Famous Poem – American poet Robert Lee Frost was born. Before being published in the United States, his work was first made available in England.
Robert Frost Bio
|Date Of Birth||26 March 1874|
|Date of Birth||29 January 1963|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Birthplace||California, United State|
|Hometown||California, United State|
Robert Frost Physical Stats
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Robert Frost’s Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Not Known|
Robert Frost Family
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
|Children||Lesley Frost Ballantine,|
Elinor Bettina Frost,
Robert Frost’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Elinor Frost|
Robert Frost Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars||5 Million|
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Robert Frost News
After being scrawled in the front of a book for 88 years, a poem by one of America’s most well-known poets, Robert Frost, has been found and will be published the following week. Among uncatalogued books and manuscripts acquired by the University of Virginia and once owned by Frost’s friend Frederic Melcher, the creator of the publishing industry trade publication Publishers Weekly, the poem was discovered by a graduate student.
The 38-line poem, titled “War Thoughts at Home” and written in 1918, was reportedly motivated by the World War I death of a fellow poet.
Robert Stilling, a student, claimed that Melcher’s reference to an unpublished poem penned in a copy of Frost’s book “North of Boston” in a 1947 letter alerted him to the work.
In a paper, Stilling said that after reading the letter, “little scholarly alarm bells” went off, prompting him to search the Charlottesville university library for the book. at 88, Frost passed away in 1963. According to Morrissey, who spoke to Reuters, “you can tell Frost is troubled by what is going on in Europe at the time.”
Scholars theorise that it was composed in response to the 1917 death of poet and Frost’s friend Edward Thomas, who passed away in a French trench. Frost, who was in Britain at the outbreak of the war and became friends with Thomas, composed poetry such “The Road Not Taken” and “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.”
The poem centres on a woman who is watching some blue jays fight outdoors while sitting in a snow-covered house and contemplating the soldiers in France. Here are two of the poem’s stanzas:
And one says to the rest
“We must just watch our chance
And escape one by one-
Though the fight is no more done
Than the war is in France.”
Than the war is in France!
She thinks of a winter camp
Where soldiers for France are made.
She draws down the window shade