Frost’s remarkable letter to the undergraduate newspaper of Amherst College, The Amherst Student, appeared in print on March 25, 1935. It was written in reply to a message of congratulation to him on his 60th birthday. The poet nowhere made a plainer statement of religious belief or philosophical position than in this little-known and most important document.
Write a 750-1,000 word response to Frost’s letter as if you were the Amherst student (who wrote the original letter to Frost), who in turn is now responding to Frost’s letter. Choose a position that he illuminates in the letter and compare your ideas to his. Do you, posing as the Amherst student, find points of agreement with the great poet? Is he being short-sighted?
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