To Orwell Today,
Hello. I appreciate a moment of your time. I am on a sort of educational scavenger hunt with Bill O'Reilly. It's a sort of Davinci Code type hunt through history with the identities of famous people through time as our answers. I have been researching this question and haven't come up with anything solid yet.
My clue is: "This man's identity would wake up a weary Robert Frost".
I believe it may be JFK and was doing some research on your site, so I thought I would ask your advice.
I appreciate your time as I am sure you are a busy person. Thanks for your time and any help you may have.
I assume that you're asking for my help on this Robert Frost question because of my mentioning that he recited a poem at President Kennedy's Inaugural. See FROST DEDICATES JFK OUTRIGHT.
But actually my expertise lies with JFK and not Frost and so I don't have a clue (literally) to the identity of the man who would wake the weary up. By the time Frost came into JFK's life (at the Inaugural) he was very old (87) and may have been alseep when JFK invited him to recite, but I don't know.
I would need more information than what you have provided before I could be of any help.
All the best,
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