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Robert Frost Robert Frost an American poet of the late 19th century used nature in many of his writings He was born in San Francisco on March 26 1874 but later moved to Lawrence Massachusetts after his father died where he did most of his writing Throughout his life he had always been interested in literature He attended Dartmouth College but remained less than one semester His first instant success poem that he published was A Boys Will was accepted by a London Publisher Robert Frost would just walk around looking at things and a poem would come into his head He would write the entire inspirational poems in his head and didnt even think that it was unusual The best poet of the 20th century he did not write rough drafts The Reader can just picture Robert Frost walking in a wooded area of the New Hampshire forest when suddenly he comes upon trail that divides and he wrote The Road Not Taken A poem that has been used in countless high school graduation speeches and as a metaphor for any situation in which a person must make an important decision Frost uses many effects that allow the poems theme to be more easily understood For example he writes many of his poems in the first person which makes the reader feel closer to the actual experience In Birches he uses this technique which creates the setting of an older man who is looking back at earlier times when he played among these same trees Another technique he uses is the informal manner in which he writes his poems He also wrote many of his poems in continuous form rather than dividing it into traditional stanzas which allows the poem to be presented in a less formal form Frost was a simple man who led a simple
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