After college in 1895 he married to a wonderful woman by the name Elinor Miriam White. Robert Frost and his wife Elinor both taught school until about 1897 when Frost went to Harvard College for about two years. After Harvard he returned to Lawrence with his wife because he had health problems. Soon after, Robert and Elinor Had their second child. As the years past they had decided to move on a farm right over the Massachusetts border in New Hampshire.
His mother, Isabelle Moodie Frost, came into the United State when she was 12 years old. Frost was born a year after his parents had gotten married. After Frost's father had died in 1885, he moved with his family to New England where he attended Lawrence High School. "Frost had published several poems in the school magazine and was named class poet." "He graduated in 1892, sharing valedictorian honors with Elinor White, to whom he became engaged."
both into the hearts of persons, and into the qualities of scenes. (March) Robert Frost is popular because of his ability to capture imagination and consciousness in his poetry (Michael). There are plenty of poems Frost wrote that express this, such as: Range-Finding, A Cliff Dwelling, and The Road Not Taken. The Road Not Taken, is considered one of his most symbolic poems. The two pathways in the yell... ... middle of paper ... ...wice': Robert Frost and the Aesthetics of Apocalypse."
He died of tuberculosis on May 5, leaving his family with only $8.00 after all his expenses were paid. After his death, the family moved to Lawrence, Massachusetts to live with their grandparents. While his younger sister was entering fourth grade, he got tested and entered third grade. The next year, the family moved to Salem Depot, New Hampshire, where his mom started teaching fifth through eighth grade (Bio). In 1888, he passed the entrance exam so that he could enter Lawrence High School.
Frost’s father, who named the boy after his idle Robert E. Lee, met his wife in Pennsylvania while they were both teaching at Bucknell Academy. William Prescott Frost Jr. and his wife Isabelle Moodie married and moved to San Francisco where Robert was born. William Frost was a Harvard graduate and was the city editor for the San Francisco Daily Evening Post. Frost’s family moved a good amount and his father, who had serious drinking problems, died of tuberculosis in 1885 and left his mother and younger sister with very little money after burial expenses. The Frost’s returned east to live with the paternal grandparents, but soon moved to Amherst, New Hampshire to stay with his great-aunt.
Robert Frost, was an American poet, son of William Prescott Frost, Jr., and Isabelle Moodie, was born on 26 March 1874 in San Francisco, California. His father was a journalist, and his mother was a Scottish schoolteacher, and when Frost was eleven his father died of tuberculosis, leaving Isabelle and Robert only eight dollars to support themselves. As a result, Isabelle and Robert moved in with his grandfather William Frost, Sr., in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Robert had a strong interest in poetry and writing, publishing his first poem in Lawrence High School’s student magazine. Frost studied for a brief stint at Dartmouth College and joined the Theta Delta Chi fraternity, before leaving to ultimately work as editor of the local newspaper.
When Robert was eleven years old his father died from tuberculosis and his mom including his mother and his sister Jeanie who nine moved to Lawrence Massachusetts where his father was originally from. ("Robert Frost") While attending Lawrence High School Robert started to write poetry and it was being published on his schools bulletin. Also while he was there he met his wife Elinor White who when they graduated shared the valedictorian honor with Mr. Frost. While just graduating from high school Mr.
Frost went to Dartmouth College after high school; however it was short-lived because he dropped out in less than a semester. He entered Harvard University next, which was a college that his father graduated from. However, due problems related to health, he only lasted two years. Without Frost actually graduating, he has not gotten a proper college degree. Over his life, he has earned four Pulitzer prizes of poetry y in the years 1924, 1931, 1937, and 1943.
After his father’s death of tuberculosis in 1885, when young Frost was 11, the family left California and settled in Massachusetts. Frost attended high school there, entered Dartmouth College, but remained less than one semester. Returning to Massachusetts, he taught school and worked in a mill and as a newspaper reporter. A year later he married Elinor White, with whom he had shared valedictorian honors at Lawrence High School. From 1897 to 1899, he attended Harvard College as a special student but left without a degree.
They moved to the East Coast, where Frost attends a high school in Lawrence, New Hampshire. At this school Frost meets his future wife Miriam White. Frost shares in the graduation ceremony as co-valedictorian and in his address he speaks of poets response to experience, some of which will be his own. One year after graduation Miriam and Frost marry and Frost goes to Dartmouth College. Frost is not into his studies and leaves after only one semester.