This Wikipedia article details the life of poet Robert Frost. A four-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Robert Frost became known as one of the most read poets in the United States. He was born in 1874 in San Francisco, California, USA. When he was eleven years old, his father passed away, leaving his mother to support the family. She went back to work as a school teacher, moving back to Massachusetts to live with her family. After graduating high school, Frost attended Dartmouth college for a short while. He later studied at Harvard after having married Elinor White. He held a number of jobs including cobbler, farmer, and teacher. He and his family moved to England in 1912 where he published his first collection of poems, ‘A Boy’s Will.’ In 1915, the family returned to the United States and he bought a farm in New Hampshire. His collection of poems, ‘Mountain Interval’ included one of his most well-known poems, ‘The Road Not Taken.’ His imagery was usually taken from real life which was evidenced in its vividness. Robert Frost, as part of the presidential inauguration for United States’ president John F. Kennedy, recited two of his poems. The United States, at the time of his death in 1963, considered Robert Frost to be a poet laureate. Read the article for more information on this beloved poet.