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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Kennedy in 1961, but when sunlight blinded him so he couldn't read his composition, he gave instead from memory a moving recitation of his poem "The Gift Outright.
Sera la cuarta vez que un poeta participe en la ceremonia de investidura presidencial, desde que Robert Frost pronuncio The Gift Outright en la asuncion de John F.
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.
But what this debate really needs is a subtler reading of Frost's poem "The Gift Outright.