The Road not Taken by Robert Frost

Robert Frost is known in literature as an artist who displays the nature as something breathtaking. However, despite the nature motifs, the verse “The road not taken” sounds philosophically. The poem “The road not taken” by Robert Frost is much more than just a relation about a traveler; it is full of philosophical messages to […]

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Robert Frost’s “The Silken Tent”

In my view, Robert Frost’s ‘The Silken Tent’ is not only a love poem, but also a metaphor. This is because Frost describes the kind of relationship he has not only with his beloved, but also with his hobby, which is poetry. Written in the style of Shakespeare, Frost chooses simple sentences written in fourteen […]

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Out, Out – by Robert Frost

Robert Frost is a famous English artist who is known all over the globe for philosophical motifs of the poems. “Out, Out -” is a truly deep and gripping poem. It is much more than just a relation about a boy’s death; the author tries to leave the message that the death is inescapable, and […]

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Explication of Design

“Design”, by Robert Frost, contemplates fate and the role it plays on the lives of every living thing, regardless of size. By definition, design is the purposeful or inventive arrangement of parts or details ( Webster ). The poem starts with the description of an observation made of a spider that has caught a moth […]

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Еhe origins and characteristics of the dramatic monologue

A soliloquy is the act of talking to oneself, silently or aloud in drama. It is a convention. Playwrights use this device as a convenient way to convey to the audience information about a character’s thoughts, motives, and state of mind. Shakespeare was a great user of the soliloquy, the best known of his being […]

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Poem Belonging Feeling

Belonging can be defined in many ways as there is no exact meaning, though belonging can be defined as a sense of enlightenment felt when an individual gains an understanding of themselves in relation to others and the world around them. The feeling of belonging does depend on a strong relationship between people that has […]

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Robert Frost’s Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening

In the imagery use in the poem “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening,” Robert Frost is trying to convey a sense of isolation and peacefulness. The very image of him alone in the woods, with only the sounds of himself and his horse as they take in the gentleness of the falling snow. The […]

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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ can be read as the lonely itinerant’s contemplation of the constraints on his life. On the surface the poem appears to reflect a certain nostalgia for nature’s purity and autonomy; however, the internal struggle of the idle narrator speaks to his profound alienation from the modern world. The […]

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Robert Frost Poems

Robert Frost was born as Robert Lee Frost in San Francisco in 1874. He wrote his first poem as a student and since then there was no looking back for this legendary poet. His first book of poems “A Boy’s Will” was published in 1913, within two months of his arrival in England. “North of […]

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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost and Woodchucks by Maxine Kumin

The two poems, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost and Woodchucks by Maxine Kumin are very different in both form and content, but, nevertheless, share a common ground since both refer to a personal, autobiographical detail in the lives of their authors. Ultimately, both poems speak about death, although in a […]

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