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    One particular difference between "Dedication" and "The Gift Outright" is its scope of historical embrace. "Dedication" takes the construction of the nation into more detail and farther back than...

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    Having been fortunate enough at the age of 13, to view John Kennedy’s inauguration on television, I witnessed history. Robert Frost, the first poet to speak at an inauguration, had composed a...

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    The author appears to have had multiple purposes in writing the poem, "The Gift Outright". On one level, it is a statement about the history and future of the United States of America. Frost...

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    Frost's strongest poetic devices in "The Gift Outright" seem to be personification and metaphor, rather than imagery. Frost personifies the land as "she" and in the first line...

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    "The Gift Outright" by Robert Frost was recited by him from memory on January 20,1961 during the inaugration of John F. Kennedy.In this poem Robert Frost traces the development of...

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