Robert Frost

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United States poet famous for his lyrical poems on country life in New England (1874-1963)

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Frost, a celebrated New England poet known for such verse as The Road Not Taken and The Gift Outright, died in 1963.
The answer is "yes"; much worse poems have been written about America than "The Gift Outright," which belongs, as Jarrell correctly said, on the list of Frost's best poems, not of his worst.
Jessie Porter Newton, a prominent Key West literary figure, and a handwritten copy of one of his best-known poems, "The Gift Outright.
7) As a result, the heirs, receiving the transfer at X's death, receive about $18,000 more than with a CLAT, but a CLAT allows a charity to receive $424,580 and transfer tax would be partially avoided; if the donees received the gift outright 10 years before X's death, they would receive about $203,000 more than with a CLAT Whether X would choose a CLAT or an outright transfer depends on the strength of his charitable motives; the cost of making the charitable contribution would seem to be acceptable, especially for those clients who like to minimize taxes.