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Newdick was told that Frost, when at Dartmouth, was in questionable health, though the ailment was not specified. Thompson was told Frost found the book, quite by accident, in a bookstore at Dartmouth. His mother, unwittingly, provided him the excuse he needed. ") Page 38 VII. The proposal was accepted. Promptly, then, and for the first and only time in his teaching experience, he resorted to corporal punishment, not switching the boys but soundly thrashing them. Hare, in after years, became a selectman in his town.
Thompson was told Frost wrote out only the first chapters, but Newdick seems to have understood that, when he wrote, he wrote about the Indians. " in the left margin beside that line. Page 24 V. Shortly thereafter, at its first meeting, the Class of 1892 made the momentous decisions of choosing heliotrope for its color, red pinks for its flower, and Vincit Qui Se Vincit for its motto, a motto peculiarly appropriate in a Puritan New England community. Robert, like his precocious sister Jeanie, with whom he had at last caught up, chose the classical curriculum: one year of history (Greek, Roman, and English), two of mathematics (algebra and geometry), three of Greek, and four of Latin.
Now he himself undertook, at wages of $34 a month, the Spring Term of eleven weeks in Salem's District School No. 9 at Messer's Crossing, and gave instruction to twelve pupils in a curriculum comprising reading, spelling, grammar, composition, penmanship, history, arithmetic, and geography. As he wrote frankly to a friend, the work was so unpleasant for him that he found he was merely enduring it. Which, with its Shakespearian echo and all, is a text on which half a dozen lectures on Robert Frost and his art could be based.
A Rose For Winter by Laurie Lee