Robert Frost Analysis Essay

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The Interesting life of Robert Frost “In three words I can sum up everything i've learned about life: it goes on” (___). This quote means this writer must have gone through alot, because that's the mindset you have to have for a hard life. Robert Frost used a a form of writing from New England.The first ever Pulitzer Prize winner lived long enough to be considered many times for the Nobel award,but was continually disregarded presumably because of his support for dictators Pinochet and Jorge Rafael Videla.Unlike Tolstoy,he was much distressed to have never been awarded the Nobel Prize. Mr.Frost only received 15$ for his first poem. You have to have some courage to write more poems after that. The American poet, Robert Frost, used his poetry to express the themes of choice, love/hate, and man’s understanding of the natural world. Mr. Frost was a hard working man and did not let anything get in his way. Robert Frost was born on March 26,1874…show more content…
The speaker in the poem is in the woods close to the evening just hanging out. “Whose woods these are I think I know./His house is in the village though:” (“Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening 1-2”). He can talk to his horse, he imagines that his horse is thinking things are strange. It must be really cold because there is a frozen lake and is approaching night time and he’s all the way out in the woods. “ He gives his harness bells a shake/To ask if there is some mistake.”(“Stopping by Woods on a Snowing evening 9-10”). The horse shakes his bell harness to imply to his owner if everything is ok. The speaker knows that his horse is asking him that but he is listening to everything around him. The speaker of the story admits to liking the woods, he wants to stay because it's so peaceful. It is in the middle of nowhere, miles away from home, miles till he gets to his house in the village get sleep on this dark
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