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How did Elinor Frost Die?

Last Updated: 27th March, 2020

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Heart failure

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Keeping this in view, when did Elinor Frost Die?

March 20, 1938

Likewise, how did Robert Frost Die? Heart attack

People also ask, how did Elinor White die?

Elinor Miriam Frost (White)
Also Known As: "Eleanor"
Birthdate: October 25, 1873
Birthplace: Acton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Death: March 20, 1938 (64) Gainesville, Alachua, Florida, United States (heart failure Note: She also had bouts of depression)

Where did Frost live?

New Hampshire

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What was Robert Frost childhood like?

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How many poems did Robert Frost wrote in his lifetime?

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Did Robert Frost win a Nobel Prize?

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What kind of careers did Robert Frost have in order to support his family?

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What was Robert Frost's writing style?

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What was Robert Frost's education?

Harvard University
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Dartmouth College

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What was Frost's first poem?

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Did Robert Frost lose a child?

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What does Robert Frost write about?

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Where did Robert Frost go to college?

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Why did Robert Frost write about nature?

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Where was Robert Frost raised?

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Is Robert Frost a romantic poet?

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  3. Line 3: An important relationship.
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