Fire And Ice

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“Fire and Ice” by Robert Frost suggest that the world will end by fire or by ice. Fire being the symbol for desire and passion versus ice that of hatred. Frost identifies the two scientific forms of the world end, by fire or by ice. By means of rhymes and understatements, Frost allows us to s ... Continue Reading

The Road Not Taken

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“The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is told in a first person point of view, in which Frost is the speaker and on an early autumn morning, must choose between two forks in the road representing a path in the junction of his life. The symbolism and literary techniques Frost uses to reinforce hi ... Continue Reading

Mending Wall

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Society has used walls as multi-purpose boundaries for years. Some people put them up around their garden to keep their vegetables safe from animals. Others build fences to keep dogs from roaming about. Several construct stunning structures around their homes for the sole purpose of beauty. And ... Continue Reading


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Robert Frost was one of the most influential writers throughout the 20th century. His poems were simple, unsophisticated ideas, but underneath he conveys real meaning. The poetry of Robert Frost often focuses on problems people face in everyday life. Robert Lee Frost was born on March 26, 1874 ... Continue Reading

The Road Not Taken

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In Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken,” the speaker stands in the woods, considering a split in the road. Both ways are similarly worn, and equally overlaid with un-trodden leaves. The speaker chooses one, telling himself that he will take the other another day. Y ... Continue Reading

Home Burial

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Robert Frost’s life, like many of his poems, was filled with ironies. Known as an England poet, Robert Frost was born in San Francisco and named after Robert E. Lee. When his poetry was not recognized in the United States, he moved to England and there published his first books of po ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost

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"Do not follow where the path may lead... Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."Robert Frost Robert Lee Frost was born in San Francisco, March 26, 1874 and died in Boston, January 29, 1963. He one of America's leading 20th-century poets and a four-time winner of the Pulitzer Pri ... Continue Reading

Aquainted with the Night

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The Difference Between “Night” and “Day” Robert Frost’s “Acquainted with the Night’ is not a traditional sonnet in form or theme in comparison to Shakespeare’s “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?” “Acquainted with the Night” is designated as a sonnet because it is a ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost A Tree At My Window

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In Robert Frost’s poem, “Tree at my window,” the author uses imagery to characterize the relationship between the speaker of the poem and the tree outside his window. The tree represents the speaker in both of his conscience and subconscious states. Frost uses phrases such as “my sash is l ... Continue Reading

Poets are born not made

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Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree {Davidoff, 199}. American literature has been apart of our history since our settlement. Throughout our history, America has generated many great authors. These authors write works of literature that educate ... Continue Reading


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The inspiration for “The Road Not Taken,” by Robert Frost, came from Frost’s frequent walks with his closest friend in England, Edward Thomas. While living in Gloucestershire in 1914, Frost frequently took long walks with Thomas through the countryside. Repeatedly Thomas would choose a route, ... Continue Reading

Cutting Grass

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For the last nine years I have worked in the summer for a lawn care company. So when I was going through a list of poems by Robert Frost I came across one titled “Mowing.” The title caught my attention cause of my summer labor so I decided to see what it was all about. After ... Continue Reading

A Star for the Mind and Soul

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John Keats’s English sonnet “Bright Star” and Robert Frost’s “Choose Something like a Star” underlines their desire of becoming as steadfast as a star. Although their approaches in expressing their desires are similar, they each have different reasoning for their yearning for the star’ ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost: “Out, Out”

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Robert Frost: “Out, Out” Narrative poetry tells a story in verse. With narrative poetry, the author tends to briefly draw the character and setting and form a plot. Robert Frost’s poem “Out, Out” tells a story with a particular theme. The title “Out, Out” resembles the same words ... Continue Reading

A Winter Scene: Robert Frost¡¯s ¡°Stopping by Woods on a Snowy

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Robert Frost¡¯s ¡°Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening¡± is a prime example of a imagery in a poem. Like a painted picture brought to life, Robert Frost has the ability to bring the viewer into the scene. But his words have also an almost a dreamlike, surrealistic quality to them. We can al ... Continue Reading

Mending Wall

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Great authors can give immense amounts of details despite using minimal wording. Poetry writers can leave a great deal to the readers imagination by using ambiguous language. Robert Frost, one of the 20th century’s greatest poets, gives both great detail and ambiguity in his poem “Mending Wall ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost

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"Robert Frost is one of the most talented poets of our time." (Winter 201). Robert Lee Frost or Robert Frost has not hidden behind pen names. He has always used his real name. "Robert Frost appears to be an Emersonian. Emerson was a romatic panthesist: ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost

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Robert Frost portrays thematic elements of his poem The Road Not Taken in various ways. He used simplistic language to enable the common man to be able to read, understand, and enjoy his works. However, simplistic language is not the only factor we can see in his poetry. His poetry is very evident o ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost

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Robert Frost uses the literary writing techniques of syntax, repetition of lines, simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, rhyme scheme and especially personification in his poems. The themes I have found in these select six poems support those methods and techniques. I would not be surprised if I read oth ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost - Long Essay

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Robert Frost was one of the many great poets of his time, a man who struggled for such achievement and has suffered such loss in his family. Born in San Francisco, California, 26 March 1874 and named after the confederate general, Robert E. Lee, we know him today as Robert Lee Frost. A poet’s beli ... Continue Reading

An Explication On Loneliness:

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Everyone has felt lonely at one time or another, regardless of their magnitude of wealth, size of family, extension of the friendship circle, or position in a crowd. It crawls on your skin like a shadow, quickly making it’s way into ... Continue Reading


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“Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost “Stopping by woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost is one of the many deeply symbolic poems that he has written. Frost was a poet who sought to master his art. His poems he wrote were deceptively simple in appearance but saturated wi ... Continue Reading

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening – An Explication Robert Frost, one of the America’s most widely known 20th Century poets, was successfully able to live beyond his time, through his literature. Having won a Pulitzer Prize in his lifetime, Frost captured the poetic world with his subtlet ... Continue Reading

Robert Frost

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Robert Frost, an American poet of the late 19th century, used nature in many of his writings. He was born in San Francisco on March 26, 1874, but later moved to Lawrence, Massachusetts (after his father died) where he did most of his writing. Throughout his life he had always been interested in li ... Continue Reading


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Robert Frost’s theme in the poem “Birches”, is one of Life (on Earth), representing that here and now is probably the best place to engage in sex and not waiting until you go to Heaven. Imagery, diction, and sound/musical are all essential elements in conveying the poem’s meaning. Throughout ... Continue Reading