Robert Frost Quiz

1. Which book won Robert Frost his first Pulitzer Prize?
a) Mountain Interval
b) New Hampshire
c) A Further Range
d) A Witness Tree

2. When was Robert Frost born?
a) 26 March 1874
b) 14 May 1878
c) 9 August 1872
d) 9 December 1870

3. Where was Robert Frost born?
a) Peking
b) San Francisco
c) Derry
d) Franconia

4. Which journal published Robert Frost’s poem My Butterfly: An Elegy?
a) Boston Globe
b) The Wanderer
c) The Plain Truth
d) The Independent

5. Which University did Robert Frost attend?
a) Cornell
b) Harvard
c) Stanford
d) Princeton

6. Where was Robert Frost in 1912-1915?
a) Canada
b) Australia
c) New Zealand
d) England

7. When was North of Boston published?
a) 1908
b) 1906
c) 1914
d) 1912

8. Which poem did Robert Frost recite at the presidential inauguration of John F. Kennedy?
a) The Gift Outright
b) Cup of Gold
c) The Pearl
d) Burning Bright

9. When did Robert Frost die?
a) 29 January 1963
b) 6 April 1966
c) 24 September 1971
d) 20 October 1964

10. Where did Robert Frost die?
a) Boston
b) London
c) Philadelphia
d) New York

Robert Frost Quiz Answers

1. Which book won Robert Frost his first Pulitzer Prize?
b) New Hampshire

2. When was Robert Frost born?
a) 26 March 1874

3. Where was Robert Frost born?
b) San Francisco

4. Which journal published Robert Frost’s poem My Butterfly: An Elegy?
d) The Independent

5. Which University did Robert Frost attend?
b) Harvard

6. Where was Robert Frost in 1912-1915?
d) England

7. When was North of Boston published?
c) 1914

8. Which poem did Robert Frost recite at the presidential inauguration of John F. Kennedy?
a) The Gift Outright

9. When did Robert Frost die?
a) 29 January 1963

10. Where did Robert Frost die?
a) Boston

Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening

Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though;
He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.

My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near
Between the woods and frozen lake
The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
The only other sound’s the sweep
Of easy wind and downy flake.

The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.


Poems of Robert Frost

    After Apple-Picking
    Acquainted with the Night
    The Aim Was Song
    An Old Man’s Winter Night
    The Armful
    Asking for Roses
    The Bear
    Bereft
    Birches
    The Black Cottage
    Bond and Free
    A Boundless Moment
    A Brook in the City
    But Outer Space
    Choose Something Like a Star
    A Cliff Dwelling
    The Code
    Come In
    A Considerable Speck
    The Cow in Apple-Time
    The Death of the Hired Man
    Dedication
    The Demiurge’s Laugh
    Devotion
    Departmental
    Desert Places
    Design
    Directive
    A Dream Pang
    Dust of Snow
    The Egg and the Machine
    Evening in a Sugar Orchard
    The Exposed Nest
    The Fear
    Fire and Ice (1916)
    Fireflies in the Garden
    The Flower Boat
    Flower-Gathering
    For Once, Then Something
    Fragmentary Blue
    Gathering Leaves
    The Generations of Men
    Ghost House
    The Gift Outright
    A Girl’s Garden
    Going for Water
    Good Hours
    Good-bye, and Keep Cold
    The Gum-Gatherer
    A Hundred Collars
    Hannibal
    The Hill Wife
    Home Burial
    Hyla Brook
    In a Disused Graveyard
    In a Poem
    In Hardwood Groves
    In Neglect
    In White (Frost’s Early Version of “Design”)
    Into My Own
    A Late Walk
    Leaves Compared with Flowers
    The Line-Gang
    A Line-Storm Song
    The Lockless Door
    Love and a Question
    Lure of the West
    Meeting and Passing
    Mending Wall
    A Minor Bird
    The Mountain
    Mowing
    My Butterfly
    My November Guest
    The Need of Being Versed in Country Things
    Neither Out Far Nor in Deep
    Never Again Would Bird’s Song Be the Same
    Not to Keep
    Nothing Gold Can Stay
    Now Close the Windows
    October
    On a Tree Fallen across the Road
    On Looking up by Chance at the Constellations
    Once by the Pacific (1916)
    One Step Backward Taken
    Out, Out- (1916)
    The Oven Bird
    Pan With Us
    A Patch of Old Snow
    The Pasture
    Plowmen
    A Prayer in Spring
    Provide, Provide
    Putting in the Seed
    Quandary
    A Question
    Range-Finding
    Reluctance
    Revelation
    The Road Not Taken
    The Road That Lost its Reason
    The Rose Family
    Rose Pogonias
    The Runaway
    The Secret Sits
    The Self-Seeker
    A Servant to Servants
    The Silken Tent
    A Soldier
    The Sound of the Trees
    The Span of Life
    Spring Pools
    The Star-Splitter
    Stars
    Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
    Storm Fear
    The Telephone
    They Were Welcome to Their Belief
    A Time to Talk
    To E.T.
    To Earthward
    To the Thawing Wind
    Tree at My Window
    The Trial by Existence
    The Tuft of Flowers
    Two Look at Two
    Two Tramps in Mud Time
    The Vanishing Red
    The Vantage Point
    War Thoughts at Home
    What Fifty Said
    The Witch of Coös
    The Wood-Pile

Originally posted 2010-01-06 10:00:27. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Updated: November 17, 2015 — 2:46 am

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