in 1874 died in 1963, Robert Frost left behind a legacy as “one of the finest of the rural New England’s 20th
century pastoral poets” (The Literature Network). His works invoke a deep and almost somber type of thinking that invigorates
the reader’s intellect. His contributions to poetry echoed throughout the modern world and will continue to echo within
the hearts of many generations to come. This site is devoted to analyzing his work “What Fifty Said” as well as
providing the reader with links that will help clarify the man that was and is Robert Frost.