You must have Credits on your Balance to download this sample
"A Road Not Taken" Poetry Explication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Name: Tutor: Course: Date: “A Road Not Taken” Poetry Explication Born Robert Frost, on March 26 1874, in San Francisco, United States of America went on to move to New England at the age of eleven following his father’s untimely demise. He developed an interest in poetry during his high school days in Lawrence, Massachusetts, took part in both reading and writing poetry.
Then in November 8, 1894, The Independent newspaper of New York published his first ever professional poem. In 1985, Frost married his long time girlfriend and fiancee Elinor Miriam White. She proved to be a significant inspiration in Frosts poetry until her death in 1938. The couple had moved to Britain in 1912 after a failure of their New Hampshire farm. It was there that Frost met other modern day poets as Rupert Brooke, Robert Graves and Edward Thomas who inspired and motivated him. While there, Frost also found friendship in poet Ezra pound who contributed to the promotion and publication of Frost’s work. At the time, of his return to the United States in 1915 Frost had published two full collections, North of Boston and A Boy’s will which had established his reputation as a re-known poet. Frost went on to become the most celebrated poet in America increasing his fame and honors with each new book. Though his work was some-what of traditional form and by principle associated with life of New England, Frost is merely a neither minor nor regional poet. The author of mystical and often searching themes, Frost is a modern poet in how he adhered to language and the complexity of his work through its layers of irony and ambiguity. ...
Not exactly what you need?