Robert Frost Questions and Answers
In "A Minor Bird," Robert Frost expresses modern man's inability to appreciate nature. Comment on this idea.
Please help me interpret the poem "The Line Gang" by Robert Frost. I'm having a really hard time trying to figure out what Robert Frost is trying to convey in this poem: Here come the line-gang pioneering by,They throw a forest down less cut than broken.They plant dead trees for living, and the deadThey string together with a living thread.They string an instrument against the skyWherein words whether beaten out or spokenWill run as hushed as when they were a thoughtBut in no hush they string it: they go pastWith shouts afar to pull the cable taught,To hold it hard until they make it fast,To ease away -- they have it. With a laugh,An oath of towns that set the wild at naughtThey bring the telephone and telegraph. I'd really appreciate anyones help.
Does the poem "My November Guest" by Robert Frost suggest that sorrow can make people see beauty where they did not see it before?
I'd like an analysis of Robert Frost's poem "Peck of Gold." What's the relation between dust and children, gold and children?
What is the subject matter and what are the themes developed in the poem "A Late Walk" by Robert Frost?
In "The Pastoral Art of Robert Frost," John Lynen wrote: "Frost sees in nature a symbol of man's relation to the world. Though he writes about a forest or a wildflower, his real subject is humanity." Connect this quotation to some of his poems.
Compare and contrast the imagery and tone of the poems "Nothing Gold Can Stay" and "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost.
What does the poet mean by "nothing gold can stay" in the poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay" by Robert Frost?What does the poem mean?What do the colors gold and green represent?
How does the poem "House Fear" by Robert Frost support or negate the proposition that fear can make people behave irrationally?
Help me to analyze meter, rhyme scheme and understand the meaning of the poem "A Late Walk" by Robert Frost.
In “The Figure a Poem Makes”, Robert Frost names some key characteristics a good poem should have. What are they?
What figure of speech is “lurking frost in the earth beneath" in Robert Frost's poem "Two Tramps in Mud Time"?
What does Robert Frost say about the world we live in in his poem "The Secret Sits"? By answering the question, link it to why the writer wrote this poem.
Explain how Robert Frost supports the theme of the poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay" through his use of imagery.
Critically appreciate Robert Frost's poem "Reluctance" would be very helpful if the answer is detailed
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