Frost was then sent to Dartmouth college by his controlling grandfather, who saw it as the proper place for him to train to become a businessman. Frost read even more in college, and learned that he loved poetry. His poetry had little success getting published, and he had to work various jobs to make a living, such as a shoemaker, a country schoolteacher, and a farmer. In 1912 Frost gave up his teaching job, sold his farm, and moved to England. He received aid from poets suck as Edward Thomas and Rupert Brooke, and published his first two volumes of poetry, A Boy's Will in 1913, and North of Boston in 1914.
He graduated in three years from high school at the head of his class. After high school he attended Dartmouth and Harvard but ended up not finishing at either due to personal problems (Newdick). He was destined to be a teacher. Frost after not making it in college, went to teach at his mother's school in Salem, New Hampshire. In 1912 he went to England to be with his family, and in his publication of North of Boston, in 1914, he was finally hailed as the great artist that he truly was.
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.
He graduated as valedictorian in High School in 1892 and attended Dartmouth College, but quit shortly after he started. Two years later he sold his first work "My Butterfly: An Elegy" and later that year he married Elinor White. He attempted school again at Harvard but left before getting his degree. The next 10 years he wrote poems and worked small jobs throughout New Hampshire. In 1912 he moved his wife and four kids to England to work on poetry full time.
Frosts parents’ names were William Prescott Frost, Jr. and Isabelle Moodie Frost. His only siblings name was Jeanie. William Prescott Frost, Jr. was a journalist with ambitions of establishing a career in California, and in 1873 he and his wife moved to San Francisco. He died from tuberculosis in 1885. While their mother taught at a variety of schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Robert and Jeanie grew up in Lawrence, and Robert graduated from high school in 1892.
Robert Frost was born in San Francisco in 1874. He moved to New England at the age of eleven and became interested in reading and writing poetry during his high school years in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He was enrolled at Dartmouth College in 1892, and later at Harvard, but never earned a formal degree. Frost drifted through a string of occupations after leaving school, working as a teacher, cobbler, and editor of the Lawrence Sentinel. His first professional poem, "The Butterfly," was published on November 8, 1894, in the New York newspaper The Independent.In 1895, Frost married Elinor Miriam White, who became a major inspiration in his poetry until her death in 1938.
He was elected the editor of Harvard Lampoon. As a senior, he wrote a thesis on Robert Herrick, the seventeenth-century English poet. He graduated with an English literature major from Harvard. He sold his... ... middle of paper ... ...here are other things he put in his stories like religion, middle-class experiences, sexuality, and death. He could never take a break from his work because he would get nervous and feels unhappy if he didn’t write something after a little while.
Steinbeck was born on February 27 1902 in Salinas Valley, California. His father was John Steinbeck Sr. who worked as the Monterey County Treasurer, and his mother, Olivia, worked as a school teacher. Steinbeck mother always encouraged him to keep reading and writing. When Steinbeck was older his mother and father forced him to attend a college. To appease his parents he attended Stanford University, to appease himself he took only classes that interested him, such as classical and British literature, writing courses, and some science.
Robert graduates as class poet and co-valedictorian from Lawrence High School in Massachusetts. He then attends Dartmouth University for a semester but drops out to take classes at Harvard University but does not get a degree (Kerly). After reading Robert's poem's, one may see his writing style as being far from simple, his literature being full of symbolic meanings, a great deal of imagery, and unique writing patterns that many easily understand and relate to. As a result, he receives many awards. Several of his books of verse won a Pulitzer Prize: New Hampshire: A Poem With Notes and Grace Notes; A Further Range; A Witness Tree; and Collected Poems.
On February 1, 1902, Langston Hughes was born James Mercer Langston Hughes in Joplin, Missouri. He is the son of James and Carrie Hughes, but they would later divorce after his birth. During his parents ' divorce, he was raised by his grandmother. Years later as a teen he would move to Cleveland, Ohio with his mother. One day at school his English teacher introduced him to poets Carl Sandburg and Walt Whitman, which would be his influence to writing poetry.