Mention the name Robert Frost, and anyone familiar with poetry remembers reading "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening" in high school. Behind those lines is a man who was plagued by tragedy most of his life. His father died when Frost was eleven, leaving the family destitute. His mother and sister as well as Frost himself suffered from mental illness which followed his family into the next generation. He never finished college and failed as a farmer. Yet, his poetry became an iconic representation of American rural life for which he won four Pulitzer Prizes. Who was this man whose epitaph reads: "I had a lover's quarrel with the world?."