Summary Of Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening By Robert Frost

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The most publicly celebrated poet in America, did not publish his first poem until he was thirty-nine years old. Robert Frost poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” includes vivid imagery of nature. Robert Frost had a traumatic, yet interesting childhood growing up. Frost also had a unique stylistic interpretation in his poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”. Robert Frost was the first born son of the newly-wed parents Belle and Will Frost. He was named after the legendary Confederate General, Robert E. Lee. Robert Frost was born in the year of 1874 and lived an interesting life of 88 years until his death in 1963. During Frost’s early childhood, it was very confusing like all of the instability between his parents. Frost grew up in a very unstable environment, when he reached adulthood, he searched for stability in a relationship, which he found with who would be his future wife, Elinor. Growing up, Frost spent summers working odd jobs in California, such as helping load wagons full of wood, raking and hoeing landscape on individual’s property, and load piles of firewood. During this time Frost’s mother, Belle, accepted a teaching position in New Hampshire. Frost loved going to school up in Salem, New Hampshire. Here, he discovered a newfound love for basketball. But, unfortunately Frost could never attend a public school for too long because of his very reactive and sensitive stomach. His stomach would cramp up at any time he would become nervous, causing

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