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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.
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From 1897 to 1899 he attended Harvard College as a special student but left before he acquired his degree. For the next ten years he wrote poems, operated a farm in Derry, New Hampshire, and taught at Derry’s Pinkerton Academy. In 1912 he sold his farm and moved to England where he could work on his writings full time. He was an instant success! “A Boy’s Will” was accepted by a London Publisher and a year later so was “North of Boston”.
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