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N.H. looks to road not taken

Town may alter zoning laws near Frost farm

Robert Frost's cherished farm in Derry, N.H. Robert Frost's cherished farm in Derry, N.H. (Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / October 6, 2009

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DERRY, N.H. - Robert Frost arrived at the farm known as Magoon Place in 1900 gripped by despair. He was mourning the death of a son, guilt-ridden about placing his ailing mother in a sanitarium, and nursing what he mistakenly believed was a case of tuberculosis. But in the quiet of the farm, bounded by woods and fields, the poet ... (Full article: 895 words)

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