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With a Colt pistol pointed dead at the doctor threatening to shoot if anything happened to his expecting wife a very erratic William Frost welcomed his son Robert Lee Frost into the world in San Francisco California on March 26 1874 Frost was named part after his grandfather and after the defeated Civil war general Lee Thinking that he was the product of a premarital mistake Robert tried to hide it by saying he was born a year after in 1875 In the beginning William was happy with his son but as his health began to spoil and he took to the bottle William felt very burdened with his family and would constantly abuse them Robert through all the torment and abuse stuck close to his mother who tried to make up for her husbands abuse by pampering her son After the death of his father from tuberculosis Frosts mother Isabelle moved Robert and his sister Jeanie to Lawrence Massachusetts In 1892 Robert graduated with honors from his high school and was valedictorian along with Elinor White which was his high school love After high school Robert went to Dartmouth College and persued a career in poetry In 1894 he succeeded in having his fist professional publication The Independent a literary journal published his poem My Butterfly An Elegy He soon after left college and married his high school sweetheart Elinor With his family growing Frost struggled to get by Robert and Elinor had six children in total and two died at an early age leaving Frost with one son and three daughters In 1897 Frost resumed college at Harvard but he left within two years In order to support his family Robert Frost raised poultry on a farm in New Hampshire and he was also teaching at the Pinkerton Academy in Derry During his days in New Hampshire Frost became a botanist and took on the New England persona in his
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