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by Robert Frost

Analysis: Trivia

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

Sure, North of Boston may be all about New England, but Frost wrote the book in Jolly Old England, while living there with his family. (Source.)

Here's another geographical surprise. When you think of Frost, you think rural New England, right? Right. But the guy was born in San Francisco, and grew up in the city. It was only later in life that he retreated to the apple orchards and snowy woods of the northeast. (Source.)

President John F. Kennedy was a fan of Robert Frost's poetry, and even asked the poet to read at his inauguration. You know you're a big deal when… (Source.)

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