Robert Frost

Robert Frost
Robert Frost was born 26 March in 1875 in San Francisco (USA). His father died of tuberculosis when Robert was 11 years old. Was brought up in the house of his grandfather, and at Dartmouth College. After a short training at Dartmouth College, Frost goes to Harvard University, where he taught from 1897 to 1899 years.

After his graduation because of a severe financial situation Frost forced to do farm, while publishing a local newspaper, but these initiatives have not been successful, so in 1912 Frost moved to England, where he first expected success with the publication of the book "The will of the boy," the second book — "North of Boston", published later — again, taking readers with enthusiasm.

Literary critics see the similarities with the work of Frost's poetry georgiantsev. Back in 1915 in the United States, Frost returns to farming, while leaving the publishing his own poetry. But this income is not enough to exist, and Frost became a lecturer, speaking with the reading of his poetry at various events.

In his poems Frost tries to reflect all of the problems that exist in the lives of ordinary people. Thus was born the third book, which brings Frost recognition as a Pulitzer Prize, a second, similar award in 1931 for the publication receives Frost collection of poems. Total Frost became the winner of the Pulitzer Prize four times.

Frost Poetry SPARKS reluctance to abide by the circumstances, the desire to get out and improve the world around them, maybe that's why so popular and became an instant classic.

Robert Frost died on January 29 in 1963 in Boston.