"Out, Out—" is a single stanza poem authored by American poet Robert Frost, relating the accidental death of young boy—with references to Shakespeare's Macbeth.
The poem was written in memory of 16-year-old Raymond Tracy Fitzgerald, whom Frost had befriended while living in Franconia, New Hampshire. Fitzgerald had died on March 24, 1910 after an accident similar to the accident related in Out, Out—.The poem was first published in the July 1916 issue of McClure's before being included in the collection Mountain Interval.

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