Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening eNotes Reading Response Prompts
- Release Date: October 07, 2019
- Subjects: Language Arts and Literature
- Age Levels: Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 8, and Grade 9
- Pages: 9
What does the reader learn in the first stanza about the setting of the poem? What are some specific details that communicate the general time and place?
Explain how the reader learns that the speaker is on his way from one place to another. Which line in the stanza suggests this information?
The speaker stops to watch as the woods “fill up with snow.” Why might he have done that? What can you infer about the speaker based on his decision to stop by the woods at this particular time?
The speaker refers to his “little horse.” What do the reference and the setting suggest to you about his mode of transportation? Why do you draw that conclusion?
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