Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening Essay

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Thesis Statement
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, written by Robert Frost, allows one to visualize speaker and his surroundings because of his use of imagery in this poem. Frost describes his scene with such detail that it allows one to experience the poem as if one is truly there with the speaker. For instance, Frost states that “My horse must think it queer, To stop without a farmhouse near, Between the woods and frozen lake, the darkest evening of the year." In these four lines, one can see how the poem comes alive with the use of imagery. Perhaps There is a personal view of this poem. However, this emphasizes exactly how important it is for one to notice Frost’s description and be able to decide for one’s self what this poem is saying.

Introduction
The poem I chose was “Stopping by the Woods on Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. It is indeed a short poem but it has a very nice theme to it, and the rhyme it presents is also excellent. When looking at the metrical form of the poem, we see that it’s mostly a formed up of trochee-type rhymes. This makes the reading easier, and it has kind of a one-two, one-two beat to it, where the syllables can be read fast enough and for the reader to read the poem correctly, without trouble. I love this poem, mainly because of Frost and also
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Lovely with a killer rhyme scheme that doesn’t quit. Deceptive in its simplicity. American poet Robert Frost (1874-1963) is highly regarded for his realistic depictions of rural life. His work is frequently employed setting from rural life in New England in the early 20th century, using them to examine complex social and philosophical themes. My favorite story about this sort of thing is Robert Frost being asked why “Stopping By the Woods on a Snowy Evening” ended with the line, “And Miles to Go Before I Sleep,” repeated twice. People theorized many reasons, but Frost only said “because it fit the
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