Nonconformic Representation Of Natural Life In Robert Frost's Poetry

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Four-time Pulitzer Prize winner and American Poet Robert Frost, is vastly admired for his realistic depictions of natural life and his use of American colloquial speech in his poetry. While most poets tend to disguise themselves in their stories, Frost uses literary elements such as structure, diction and most of all symbolism to portray themes strictly relating to his own personal life. Referred to by many as the greatest poet of the twentieth century, Frost was undoubtedly inspired by the experiences and emotions encountered in his everyday life. He would take an ordinary event from any typical day and incorporate that experience into his own particular writing style. Frost’s poems primarily take place in nature, integrating sense-appealing …show more content…
He would rather take a risk than follow in the footsteps of everyone else, further elaborating his secluded …show more content…
It proposes the thought that man must relinquish his desire for delight and rest to his obligation and work in life. Thus, “symbolically the poem expresses the conflict which everyone has felt between the demands of practical life and the strong desire to escape into a land of reverie” (Ahmed 662), meaning that some people are able to resist the strong attraction of “finding the easy way out” while for others, it takes a lot of pressure and doubt not to give in. This dark, winter scenery portrayed is yet another quintessential setting for one to be lonely and

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