Mending Wall Robert Frost Analysis

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With reference to Robert Frost’s poem, “Mending Wall”, the repairing of the wall is understood as both a verb (action) as well as in the form of an adjective (abstract). Due to Robert Frost’s love for nature on his farm in New Hampshire, where he acquired most of his inspiration, a wall divided property of his and that of his neighbour’s.
About the Poet
Robert Lee Frost, born 1874 in San Francisco, California and at the age of eleven years, moved with his family to Massachusetts for the remainder of his upbringing (Robert Frost Biography: Educator, Poet (1874-1963) ). Frost graduated from Lawrence High School in 1892 where he too met his future wife (Elinor White). Frost attended first attended Dartmouth University but then later dropped out. Several years on in 1897, Frost attended Harvard University, but soon dropped out due to health complications that he was experiencing. When frost and his wife, Elinor move to a property in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire brought Frost as well as his family hardship yet prospered in his writing. Frost’s descriptions regarding rural New Hampshire was often portrayed in a lot of his poetry, in particular, ‘Mending Wall’.
“Mending Wall’
Concerning the structure of Robert Frost’s poem, “Mending Wall”, the poem was formatted in such a way that is; to be read as a conversation between speaker and interpreter (reader). The poem has 45 lines but no stanzas with occasional internal rhyming as well as assonance. The poem is said to
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