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Robert Frosts poetic images and topics changed as a result of the depression Reflected in Robert Frosts poetry lie the feelings and concerns of Americans expressed through different poetic images and topics As compared to Robert Frosts earlier work which focused on man and nature Frosts poems during the Great Depression shift poetic images and topics to the relationship between man and man Later in Frosts life after the depression Robert Frosts themes changed another time to man and God Robert Lee Frost was born on March 26 1874 to Isabelle and William Prescott Frost In 1885 at age 11 Frosts father died As a result Robert moved with his mother and sister Jeanie to Lawrence Massachusetts In 1895 Robert married Elanor White his high school sweetheart and began a teaching job at a local school His first son Elliot was born on September 25 1896 followed by his daughter Leslie on April 28 1899 In 1899 Frosts mother Isabelle his first son Elliot passed away In 1902 Elanor gave birth to Frosts second son Carol Frost then decided to move with his wife and daughter to a small farm outside Derry New Hampshire In 1905 Elanor had another daughter Majorie Following Majories birth in 1907 Elinor Betina was born but quickly passed away The death of Frosts children hit him hard he tried to be the best father he knew how spending every moment with his children As said by Alan Shucard He remained bound up in their lives and deaths Trying to get away from his life in America Frost traveled to England in 1912 where he settled on a small farm in Buckinghamshire After the outbreak of WWI in 1914 Robert and his family moved to Gloucestershire A year later Robert moved again and returned to Franconia New Hampshire After his move Henry Holt and Company published A Boys Will and North of Boston However in 1938 tragedy
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