Fire And Ice Figurative Language

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Our interpretation of the world reflects our personal views on how it might end. “Fire and Ice” written by Robert Frost, is a poem that depicts a comparison between two opinions regarding how the world would cease to exist. This poem explores the world ending through Frosts eyes. It tallows readers to take a look at ideas of the world ending into a deeper meaning. Frost uses figurative language as a key to show his readers that the end of the world could be looked at in a different way instead of just a catastrophic aspect. It depicts how many interpret the world ending differently based on what they have been through. The tone set in the poem was apocalyptic based off of the first two lines. In lines 1-2, Frost sets the tone for the poem
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