Robert Frost

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Noun1.Robert Frost - United States poet famous for his lyrical poems on country life in New England (1874-1963)Robert Frost - United States poet famous for his lyrical poems on country life in New England (1874-1963)
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In 1961, he presented the poem "The Gift Outright" at President John F.
Men and women of my generation are old enough to remember watching the octogenarian Frost struggle to read "The Gift Outright" in a blustery wind during the televised inauguration of John F.
Americans of a certain age can remember the bitterly cold day 42 years ago when Robert Frost blessed the presidential inauguration of John Kennedy, and an entire nation, with his recitation of "The Gift Outright."
In "The Theft Outright," Erdrich takes on a monument of American literature, the poem "The Gift Outright," read by the poet Robert Frost at the inauguration of John F.
He may be remembered for his eloquent reading of his poem, "The Gift Outright," at John F.