Comparing 'Stopping By The Woods And The Snow Storm'

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The two poems “Stopping By The Woods” by Robert Frost and “The Snow Storm” by Ralph Waldo Emerson both share Romantic Imagery. However, they differ in elements of individuality. Mr. Frost focuses more on who is speaking and the point of view. On the other hand, Mr. Emerson focuses on imagery and the setting it creates in the audience’s head even though the audience cannot see it. Both poems share the image of snow, but differ in individuality. Mr. Frost demonstrates it through the audience having to figure out who is speaking. “And miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep” Depending on how the way the audiences reads it, or the way they interprets it, it could be Santa Claus speaking or it could be something

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