Frost experienced quite a few tragedies throughout his life. His father died, his young son passed away as a child, his daughter died within a day of being born, his wife later died of a heart attack and to think a person couldn 't possibly take much more, his son commits suicide. Along with these tragedies, Frost decides to put his sadness and depression into his writing. In the poem ¨Acquainted with the Night¨ you can see that Frost was lonely, hurt and he tended to isolate himself away from others. Night¨ to express his extreme depression and sadness.
Warren’s Profession, Shaw argues for a push towards equality for men in women which can be directly be seen within Frank’s role in the piece through the use of hyperbole and analogy to display the unfairness in the time period. Since the beginning of the play, tension has developed between Frank and Mrs. Warren given the fact that Mrs. Warren does not believe that he can provide a quality life for Vivie given his lack of skill paired with the fact that he essentially lives off of the church because of his father. Frank expresses his disdain of Mrs. Warren to Vivie by comparing her to an “old wretch” (Shaw 1812). Frank simply is appalled by not only the type of pioneering woman Mrs. Warren is but also that that she has a job that creates income for her and Vivie to live sustainably. Shaw crafts these nasty words to display how many men felt during the time period of a woman who chose to go out and make a life for herself.
Life or death situations are daunting and disheartening. Not everyone has to go through a circumstance like that, but some do. A man once composed a fictional short story about a life or death situation, his name was Richard Connell. In Richard Connell's short story "The Most Dangerous Game," humongous game hunter Sanger Rainsford is tested in the following ways: strong versus the weak, the value of life, and becoming what he fears. Rainsford went through many challenges, and each one influenced the other.
Frost uses elements such as imagery, figures of speech, and the setting of his poem to show the reader that everything is temporary, whether it be in nature or everyday life. Overall, Frost makes the reader aware that he or she should be enjoying moments in his or her youth while they still can. By using examples of fleeting moments, such as a sunset, or metaphors comparing leaves to flowers, Frost is able to warn readers to enjoy their youth before they grow old as well as successfully convincing the reader that everything is, in fact,
Robert Frost does such a great job in describing that the birds are almost chirping in the image. Where the image can move all because of the description of nature in Nothing Gold Can Stay. Though this poem is made up of many metaphors and examples of personification, it does not use much figurative language like Onematopeia and alliteration. Robert Frost reading his poem is a big help to finding the tone and the feel of the poem that the author was trying to display. Natures first bud is precious and it’s conveying birth and ease because once nature blooms to that bright color it dies slowly.
Regardless of the fact that it describes a gruesome accident that takes the life of a young boy, Frost seems to be distant from the events. Upon reading this poem the readers feel a hint of emotion but cannot pinpoint this emotion. The tone goes from being calm to shocked and sad, and finally back to calmness and maybe numbness. At the end of the poem, Frost talks about how the family coped with the boy’s death as “since they were not the one dead”, they “turned to their affairs” (37). This gives the reader an idea of what humanity has come to, since the death of this boy is not mourned.
This allowed its reminder of American culture to once again impact the public. With a reflective tone and omniscient speaker, the poem is interesting and impactful, which is why it has had such a lasting impression on the American public for decades. Frost uses elements of diction, allusion, and repetition to show that Americans had to abandon English practices and form their own unique culture in order for America to truly become theirs. The diction used throughout the poem gives several clues to Frost’s intended message. In line 15, Frost uses the words “unstoried,” “artless” and “unenhanced.” These words have similar connotations in that they all communicate a lack of something positive.
One night, while Silas is watching over the dying Senior Deacon he experience another visit of trance and when his senses back he found out that the Deacon is already dead. After that night, the brethren are accusing him of stealing money from the Deacon but Silas denies it. Silas tells them to search his house to prove his innocence, but William tells the brethren that he found the empty bag behind Silas’ dresser. William insists to Silas that he must confess his sin. During the interrogation a flashback touch Silas memory and he came to a conclusion that his best friend William Dane frames him.
Frost, sketching a picture of a saddened mother staring out of a window after glimpsing the grave of her dead son. Like in The death of a Hired Man, the wife is overwhelmed with grief and can’t control her distress. The husband is oblivious as to why his wife is weeping. The similarity wife The Death of a Hired man the wife is angered by the lack of emotion that her husband has towards the situation this shows the ability for a man to conceal their emotions. In a flash the rolls switch and the wife becomes insensitive more like the husband in The Death of a Hired Man.
To the go, the author leads the reader into his space, a specific timeframe in a very specific context that is going to tell you how acquainted he is with “the Night”. Known as a modern poet, Frost has through his productions respected the rules followed by his predecessors. From the first tercet of the poem until the last line, the author cries out his solitude, his loneliness. Most of the lines start off with “I”, he met people during his walk but none of them had a significant or active part in his journey. He dropped his eyes when he passed the watchman, who even during his beat did not acknowledge him, uninterrupted cry came from afar to him but neither was addressed to him.