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Unformatted text preview: A Boy’s Will . b. Met great British poets such as Ezra Pound and Robert Graves as his peers. i. Peers helped him advance his work. 6. In 1915, Frost returned to New Hampshire, where he bought another farm. 7. In Franconia, New Hampshire, Frost settled down as a writer and a teacher. 8. Frost taught at both Middlebury and Amherst Colleges in the summers a. In 1921, he received a teaching post at the University of Michigan. i. He lived at the campus in Ann Arbor until 1927, when he moved back to New Hampshire. 9. In 1938, Frost’s wife passed away from cancer. 10. In 1940, Frost purchased five acres in Miami, Florida, and called it Pencil Pines . a. He spent his winters there until he passed. 11. Frost received honorary degrees from Harvard, Bates College, Oxford University, Cambridge University, and Dartmouth College. 12. Robert Frost died on January 29, 1963 from complications after prostate surgery. He was 88 years old....
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- New Hampshire, William Prescott Frost