Explain the theme and the type of symbolism used in Robert Frost's "On the Sale of my Farm."
On The Sale of My Farm is one of Robert Frost 's lesser known poems and was written before the height of his fame. It is the place he and his wife most cherished. Having farmed and later taught at a local primary school, Frost was eager to promote his life as a poet and would leave for England sometime afterwards. There is therefore, a theme promoting self-development and self-discovery as Frost is moving on to something new - "Well-away and be it so." As it represents a journey of self, the symbolism is...
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