Robert Frost: Life and Poetry

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Title: Robert Frost: Life and Poetry
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Subject: English
Date: May 5, 2000
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In 1934 Marjorie dies of perpetual fever and soon after Frost and his wife move to Key West. Over the next years he received an unprecedented number and range of literary, academic, and public honors. Robert Frost died in January 29th, 1963 leaving behind a great line of literary works that have become well-known and beloved pieces of American literature...
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Robert Frost died in January 29th, 1963 leaving behind a great line of literary works that have become well-known and beloved pieces of American literature. Robert Frost most famous poem to date is probably "The Road Not Taken". One time Frost stood at the fork in a road, undecided which path to take...
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