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From 1897 to 1899 Frost studied at Harvard, but left without receiving a degree. He moved to Derry, New Hampshire, working there as a cobbler, farmer, and teacher at Pinkerton Academy and at the state normal school in Plymouth. In 1912 Frost sold his farm and took his wife and four young children to England. There he published his first collection of poems, “A Boy’s Will” (1913) followed by “North Boston” (1914), which gained international reputation. The collection contains some of Frost's best-known poems: "Mending Wall," "The Death of the Hired Man," "Home Burial," "After Apple-Picking," and "The Wood-Pile."
During the winter of 1924-25, The Fitzgeralds traveled to Rome to revise the novel. They were on en route to Paris when it was first published on April 10, 1925. Commercially, the novel was a huge disappointment. The first printing of 20,870 copies at 2 dollars a piece sold slowly, exploding any hopes of reaching Fitzgerald’s desired 75,000 mark. A second printing of 3,000 copies was ordered in August—many ... ... middle of paper ... ...ribner Paperback Fiction : Simon and Schuster; New York; 1992; Pg.
This, however, was not his big break, and moved to his parents' summer home in Pacific Grove, California in 1928 (New World Encyclopedia). While living in Pacific Grove, Steinbeck was living on various degrees of financial support from his parents. This changed when, in 1929, Steinbeck received a $2,250 advance for publishing his first novel, Cup of Gold, which he had written while working as a caretaker for a Lake Tahoe estate (Biography in depth). He also m... ... middle of paper ... ...the son of Ma and Pa Joad, is paroled after serving four years for manslaughter (Bloom 18). Tom travels home only to find out that his family's farm has gone bankrupt and that the Joad family is loading up the family car in preparation for the journey to California (Bloom 27).
Toni Morrison’s World of Fiction. The Whitson Publishing Company, Troy, New York, 1993. McKay, Nellie. Critical Essays on Toni Morrison. G.K Hall and Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 1988.
He then moved to New York City to earn money for his final year at Tuskegee. He quickly became friends with Richard Wright and wrote a book review for him. Wright then persuaded him to pursue a career in fiction writing. Ellison first short story was “Hymie's Bull” which as about his adventure with his uncle riding the train to get to Tuskegee. By 1944 Ellison had written over twenty book reviews and short stories and articles published in magazines such as “New challenge” and “New masses”.