robert frost

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The Friends of Robert Frost is a non-profit organization honoring the poet Robert Frost. It seeks to draw into membership those of all ages who are enthusiastic about the life and work of Robert Frost, and who wish to assist in the preservation of the Stone House in Shaftesbury, Vermon, USA.

Robert Frost, who lived from 1874 to 1963, was a highly honored American poet, who received four Pulitzer Prizes. He often drew inspiration from rural life in New England, and used the setting to explore complex philosophical and social themes.

The Friends of Robert Frost website is associated with the Robert Frost Stone House Museum, in Shaftesbury, Vermont. Robert Frost lived in the house from 1920 to 1929, and it was there that he wrote many of the poems that became part of his volume 'New Hampshire', including 'Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening'. The Museum is open to the public from May to December.

The website is organized into the following main parts: Robert Frost Tutorial, Robert Frost Library, Places & Poetry, Features, Robert Frost Chronology, and Membership. The Robert Frost Tutorial section supplies students by email with notes on 80 poems and files on topics and themes. It also contains downloadable audio recordings of Robert Frost reading his own poems. The Library contains critical essays on the works of Robert Frost, including 'The Road Not Taken', and 'Mending the Wall'.

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