Ppt on life and works of robert frost

Robert Frost 1.His life. 2.His poetry. 3.His contribution.

life Robert Frost was born in San Francisco in 1874. He moved to New England at the age of eleven and became interested in reading and writing poetry during his high school years in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He was enrolled at Dartmouth College in 1892, and later at Harvard, but never earned a formal degree. Frost drifted through a string of occupations after leaving school, working as a teacher, cobbler, and editor of/


POETRY Robert Frost. Biography Robert Frost was born in San Francisco in 1874 but after his father died when he was 11 his family moved to New England,

of Robert Frost to so many people during his lifetime and afterwards, was the connection he allowed them to an almost forgotten world of nature in a modern world of cities and industry. The Tuft of Flowers The speaker comes to a field to turn the grass another man has cut. Before beginning his work/ like the candle the title refers to. THEME: A cold view of the world Many feel like ‘Out, Out – ’ presents a cold, brutal view of life and death. There is something shocking about the way the people on the/


Poetry Project Group 5. “Mending Wall” Robert Frost A Something there is that doesnt love a wall, B That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it, C And.

a few months. Throughout his life he had several jobs like working in mills, newspaper reporting, chicken farming and teaching. Robert sold his first poem “My Butterfly” in 1894. He then married Elinor Miriam White in 1895 and they had 6 children but 2 died young. The loss of his 2 children turned him more and more to poetry. By 1912 Frost had only published a few poems/


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the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost How might student B contradict this student’s evidence? Student A Frost is saying that in life people should take the road that is less traveled in order to have the best life. Collect students’ work for the day. Happy Trails! Ticket out of class… Quick review: On a sheet of paper, finish the following/


Government College,Ropar Dept. of English Presentation on : The Road Not Taken Poet : Robert Frost Presented by :Prof. Dinesh Kumari.

is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words” (Frost) Robert frost the legend Robert frost the legend About Poet Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) was an American poet. He is highly regarded for his realistic depictions of rural life and his command of American colloquial speech.[1] His work frequently employed settings from rural life in New England in the early twentieth century, using/


Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California on the 26 th of March 1874 to Isabelle Moodie and William Prescott Frost Jr. Both his parents were.

illness. In 1912 his first poetry collection, A Boy’s Will was published in England. Robert’s work was well received and became friends with other poets, which lead to supporters that helped promote his work. Many of Robert Frost’s poetry themes consist of Nature, Communication, Everyday Life, and Isolation of the individual. In frost’s work, he uses nature as a central character in all his poems. Nature is not just/


E. FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE (1844 - 1900): Interpreted Darwin philosophically, socially, and religiously. Philosophy is, of course, arbitrary, and reflects.

categories of id, ego, and superego. C. Robert Frost (1874-1963) Robert Lee Frost was born in California but raised on a farm in the northeastern United States until the age of 10. He went to England, attracted by new movements in poetry there. He read an original work at the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy in 1961 that helped spark a national interest in poetry. Importance of Robert Frost On/


POETRY Robert Frost. Biography Robert Frost was born in San Francisco in 1874 but after his father died when he was 11 his family moved to New England,

contained so much more. However, the appeal of Robert Frost to so many people during his lifetime and afterwards, was the connection he allowed them to an almost forgotten world of nature in a modern world of cities and industry. The Tuft of Flowers The speaker comes to a field to turn the grass another man has cut. Before beginning his work, the speaker looks for the mower but/


Robert Frost born March 26, 1874 in San Francisco, California Marries Elinor White in 1895, his high-school sweetheart Family Growth: Elliot Frost, 1896,

on Frost’s work. In Hardwood Groves, Blue-Butterfly Day, A Prayer in Spring are all nature related, or set in a forested, rural area like New England. His early family growth also influenced him positively. Flower Gathering and My November Guest both feature narratives involving another person used as an example of peacefulness. On the other hand, the many unlucky incidents and tragedies of Robert Frost’s life/


Chapter 5 Modernism (3) Robert Frost. Assignment  What are the features of Robert Frost  What are the form and meter of Stopping by Woods on a Snowy.

196 from The Selected Readings. Outline  Brief introduction  Life (omitted)  His literary ideas  Experiencing and appreciating Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening  Brief introduction * Occupation Poet, playwright Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) was an American poet. He is highly regarded for his realistic depictions of rural life and his command of American colloquial speech. His work frequently employed themes from the early 1900s rural/


Review Chapter II—American Realism  1. The time of this period.  2. Three features of the realism.  3. Three greatest realist novelists and their differences.

principles which include direct treatment of poetic subject, elimination of merely ornamental or superfluous words and rhythmical composition in the sequence of the musical phrase rather than in the sequence of metronome.  Influential poets of the periods are T.S. Eliot, William Carlos Williams, Robert Frost, E.E. Cummings and Wallace Stevens. Expressionism It is used to describe the works of art and literature in which the representation 表现 of reality is distorted to/


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‘truth’?? Robert L. Frost, School of Information University of Michigan, 2009 The Rules, Rites, Politics and Processes of Abstraction Question of who controls the means and parameters of abstractions—this is more than an issue about the veracity of labels The emergence of codes, standards and means of inclusion and exclusion Mechanisms of abstraction as ways to build power Privileging of abstractable/objective over the tacit and felt (a gender issue here?) Problem of “ways of seeing,” and “ways of knowing/


Robert Frost 1874-1963 Robert Frost Biography Frost on Poetry Reception Texts Regional Poetry.

why he is in there pitching at 85. T. M. Guerin, 1959 I hope Robert Frost was having a nice plate of buckwheat cakes and Vermont maple syrup as he read Mr. Adams remarks. He couldnt have done better unless he/Frank Lentricchia, Modernist Quartet “ a biography of Frost ” “ a study of U.S. race relations ” “ at least one work of feminist scholarship ” “ a study of U.S. social conditions ” “ an essay that excoriates American literary theorists for not going the way of the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci ” “/


Acquainted with the Night I have been one acquainted with the night. I have walked out in rain-and back in rain. I have outwalked the furthest city light.

farmer and cobbler in New Hampshire Published first collection of poems at 39 years old Paraphrase Robert Frost reflects on a time in his life when he was once depressed and lonely. At some point he chose the wrong path in life and was / Connotative- “Night”- brought out Frost’s feeling of loneliness and darkness Theme Though Frost had hit rock bottom at one time and had nobody to assist or communicate with him, he worked his way out and became positive about life again. This poem was important because/


Poetry Introduction 1: Identity & Family Tone, Sound and Free Verse Image sourcesource.

poetry good for? It explores and deepens meanings of life -- to expand our vision, -- to beautify and enrich our lives. Its imagery and sounds -- paint life and compose music with words, Its language -- renews and pushes beyond the limits of human language. (Ref)Ref It/Robert Frost was from 1885 on (37 years by 1922), winter snow is like a warm comforter descending on the land and on ones soul for a long, peaceful slumber after a year of hard work and toil. Falling snow filling a dark wood at the evening of/


Introduction to Literature Lesson fourteen: Hardy and frost Life Choices Margarette Connor.

fourteen: Hardy and frost Life Choices Margarette Connor Contents: Thomas Hardy’s life Serialization Bowdlerization “The Ruined Maid” discussion Robert Frost’s life “The Road Not Taken” discussion Introduction Today we’re starting another theme, life decisions, and in the works we’ll be reading in the next few lessons, we’ll be looking at how different authors write about how we make the decisions we do in life, and how the/


The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost © Michal Preisler.

??” Why is the poem called “The Road NOT Taken” and not “The Road Taken” ? © Michal Preisler Robert Frost 1874-1963 Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California but spent most of his life in New England, a rural area in the north east of the United States. The area is characterized by hills, woods, farms and small towns. Frost himself worked for many years as a farmer, in addition to/


Poetry Introduction 1: Identity & Family Tone, Sound and Free Verse Image sourcesource.

What makes their love difficult to express, or difficult for their children to understand?  Can you see poetry out of daily life? (1) Poetry offers Vignettes of Life Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village, though; He will not see me/ like Robert Frost was from 1885 on (37 years by 1922), winter snow is like a warm comforter descending on the land and on ones soul for a long, peaceful slumber after a year of hard work and toil. Falling snow filling a dark wood at the evening of the/


Robert Frost “Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper”—Robert Frost.

, "Good fences make good neighbours." --Robert Frost What I like about Robert Frost’s work Imagery in poems are very similar to sights in everyday. Easy approach to subjects. Not often until the end of the poem does the meaning of the poem strike me. Poems not difficult to follow. Each poem has a hidden metaphor for a moral view on life. Inspires and challenges me to think on/


Robert Frost (1874-1963). ※ The most popular 20th Century American Poet 4 Pulitzer Prize winner ※ read poetry at a presidential inauguration. ※ received.

most accessible of modern writers.  The poetry of Robert Frost combined pastoral imagery with solitary philosophical themes. III. Frost’s View and Theme  rejected the revolutionary poetic principles of his contemporaries, used traditional forms such as the blank verse, plain language of rural New Englanders, and a graceful style.  there is a steady tone of wry humor, and a virtually inexhaustible verbal grace.  He used symbols from everyday country life to express/


{ Poem of the Week 45 Audio & Video recordings for great poetry, the way it was meant to be experienced. 1.

and catch a falling star) Frost, Robert: "Nothing Gold Can Stay" Frost, Robert: "The Road Not Taken" Henley, William Earnest: "Invictus" Housman, A.E.: "Loveliest of Trees" Hughes, Langston: "I, Too, Sing America" Johnson, James Weldon: "Lift Every Voice and/the Answer. What does Whitman think is the meaning of life? “Oh Me! Oh Life!” by Walt Whitman 21 {{ The Poem  / does America “sing”?  What is the implied connection between America and work? Why are these images “American”? “I Hear America Singing”, by/


Writing your Thesis Literary Analysis Essays. A thesis statement is the controlling idea of a paper. It expresses succinctly the idea that the body of.

statement of fact or an observation. “Edgar Allen Poe’s work was affected greatly by the current events of his life, covering his family life, his childhood, and his career; these events changed his style and subject of his works.” More questions than answers: which works /used? Offer background context if necessary. Do NOT forget to introduce the author and title of the work that you are writing about! Context/transition In Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken,” he helps the reader visualize a seemingly/


The Coldest Image Robert Frost’s An Old Man’s Winter Night and Mending Wall and Mending Wall Part One.

known for his poems that describe life in the countryside of New England. Frost is most known for his poems that describe life in the countryside of New England. Robert Frost “Though his work is principally associated with the life and landscape of New England, and though he was a poet of traditional verse forms and metrics who remained steadfastly aloof from the poetic movements and fashions of his time, Frost is anything but a merely regional/


Robert Frost- Nothing Gold Can Stay

grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.  Robert Frost Born on March 26, 1874. He spent the first 12 years of his life in San Francisco. His life was filled with tragedy: his father died in 1885 when Robert was just 11 his mother died of cancer in 1900 In 1920, Frost had to commit his younger sister to a mental hospital, where she/


Poetry Definition – Writing in language chosen and arranged to create a particular emotional response through meaning, sound and rhythm. “Poetry can communicate.

??” Why is the poem called “The Road NOT Taken” and not “The Road Taken” ? © Michal Preisler Robert Frost 1874-1963 Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California but spent most of his life in New England, a rural area in the north east of the United States. The area is characterized by hills, woods, farms and small towns. Frost himself worked for many years as a farmer, in addition to/


Home Burial—Robert Frost By: Sheina Franco, Stephanie Hoffman, Kat Rees, Katelyn Schmidt, Matt Gadeken, Alan Ramirez.

, One is alone, and he dies more alone. Friends make pretense of following to the grave, But before one is in it, their minds are turned And making the best of their way back to life And living people, and things they understand. But/ and bring you back by force. I will!—" Robert Frost 1874 - Born on March 26 in San Francisco, first child of Isabelle Moodie and William Prescott Frost Jr. Named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee. 1895 - Works as reporter in Lawrence for Daily American and Sentinel. Frost/


Robert Frost(1874-1963) ※ 4 Pulitzer Prizes ※ read poetry at a presidential inauguration. ※ received honorary degrees from 44 colleges ※ unofficial poet.

the most accessible of modern writers.  The poetry of Robert Frost combined pastoral imagery with solitary philosophical themes. IV. Frost’s Style  rejected the revolutionary poetic principles of his contemporaries, used traditional forms such as the blank verse, plain language of rural New Englanders, and a graceful style.  there is a steady tone of wry humor, and a virtually inexhaustible verbal grace.  He used symbols from everyday country life to express/


The author of The Outsiders writes professionally under the name S. E. Hinton. Why might someone choose to be represented by their initials rather than.

“The Outsiders” shocked readers with its frank depictions of adolescents smoking, drinking and “rumbling.” Although other pop culture offerings had dealt with these themes — most notably “Rebel Without a Cause” and “West Side Story” — their intended audience was / The act of repeating the same sound (typically at the beginning of a word) Personification Giving human-like qualities to something inanimate Allusion Referencing another literary work Nothing Gold Can Stay By Robert Frost Nature’s first/


Melisha’s Book of Amorette  .

asked To mar the love of two By harboring woe in the bridal house, The bridegroom wished he knew.   Response: In the poem “Love and a Question” by Robert Frost, Frost talks about a familiar incident that all new married couples go through and that is consummating their marriage./fear when he says “And he turned and looked at the road afar without a window light.” Life can be scary, not being able to see into the future. The fear that things won’t work out becomes real when you sit and think about if you had/


Ezra Pound (1885-1972) The poet most responsible for defining and promoting a modernist aesthetic in poetry.

Imagism, a movement in poetry which derived its technique from classical Chinese and Japanese poetry--stressing clarity, precision, and economy of language His Literary Influence He advanced the work of major contemporaries, such as W.B.Yeats, Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, Marianne Moore, H.D., James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, and especially T.S.Eliot. Major Works The Cantos ( the encyclopedic epic poem) Hugh Selwyn Mauberley The Pisan Cantos/


Poetry Definition – Writing in language chosen and arranged to create a particular emotional response through meaning, sound and rhythm. “Poetry can communicate.

??” Why is the poem called “The Road NOT Taken” and not “The Road Taken” ? © Michal Preisler Robert Frost 1874-1963 Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California but spent most of his life in New England, a rural area in the north east of the United States. The area is characterized by hills, woods, farms and small towns. Frost himself worked for many years as a farmer, in addition to/


POETRY OF THE STARS A LITERARY INTERLUDE John C. Mannone SWEETWATER PUBLIC LIBRARY MAY 3, 2003.

in the general theme, Darkness, formless, and void => Light, firmament, and life In coarse details (the broad strokes of creation), The sea, the sky, the/OF ROBERT LEE FROST 1874-1963 Frosts poetry is structured within traditional metrical and rhythmical schemes; he disliked free verse (not constrained by rhyme or rhythm). Frosts emotional range is wide and deep. Much of his poetry is concerned with the interaction between humans and nature. Frost regarded nature as a beautiful but dangerous force. His work/


Robert Frost 1874-1963. Life Summary 4 Pulitzer Prizes Read poetry at Kennedy inauguration Received honorary degrees from 44 colleges One of the most.

Robert Frost 1874-1963 Life Summary 4 Pulitzer Prizes Read poetry at Kennedy inauguration Received honorary degrees from 44 colleges One of the most celebrated American modernist poets Biographical Introduction Born San Francisco 1874 Moved to New England at eleven Dartmouth College –Left to work at odd jobs and to write poetry 1897 special student Harvard –Withdrew after two years because of dislike for academic convention Next twelve/


ORT Greenberg K Tivon1 Robert Frost (1875 – 1963) Biography Irena Tseitlin Based on: “The Academic American Encyclopedia, copyright 1995 Grolier Electronic.

Witness Tree (1942). Over the years he received an unprecedented number and range of literary, academic, and public honors. ORT Greenberg K Tivon7 Robert Frost Frosts poetic and political conservatism caused him to lose favor with some literary critics, but his reputation as a major poet is secure. He unquestionably succeeded in realizing his lifes ambition: to write "a few poems it will be hard to get rid/


Robert Frost Robert Frost was an American poet who often used rural settings in New England, on the northeast of the United States, to present.

decision-he tries to look far to see where each road leads. Robert Frost 1874-1963 Robert Frost was an American poet who often used rural settings in New England, on the northeast of the United States, to present his philosophy of life and view of society. As a young man, he worked as a farmer and a teacher and spent three years in Britain before World War I. He was a/


Poetry Dead Poets Society - Find your own voice

ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost To an extent, reading literature is a subjective process because different pieces of writing /of lines Mood and Tone Mood – the feeling the work conveys. How the reader is supposed to feel while reading. Tone – the author’s attitude toward the work. Tone gives shape and life to literature, because it is through tone that the attitude and mood of a work are created and/


“Nothing Gold Can Stay”

tense when writing the explication. The poem, as a work of literature, continues to exist! DO NOT USE FIRST- OR SECOND-PERSON PRONOUNS! My attempt In Robert Frost’s poem, “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” a mere eight lines encapsulates the essence of innocence lost and suggests a whisper of hope for the future. The speaker’s symbolic use of “gold” sets the stage for the primary theme as/


2011 Spring Exam Review.

the corner,” for those were white folks’ words, which we never believed. Nor did we wait for hard work and thrift to pay off in shining success, as the American Dream promised, for we knew better than that, too/Robert Frost “One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.” “Then he flung outward, feet first, with a swish,” Which of the following is a metaphor from “Birches”? “And life is too much like a pathless wood” “Such heaps of broken glass to sweep away” Poetry: Robert Frost Exact Slant What type of/


作家簡介 Robert Frost.

of the vocabulary and inflections 用韻文寫成的 抑揚 of everyday speech. regional and universal. After his fathers death in 1885, 宇宙的 His poetry is thus both traditional and experimental, 嘗試的 regional and universal. After his fathers death in 1885, 宇宙的 when young Frost was 11, the family left California and settled in Massachusetts. Frost attended high school 定居的 in that state, entered Dartmouth College, but remained less than one semester. Returning to Massachusetts, he taught school and worked/


Stopping By the Woods on a Snowy Evening

now a museum He was honored on a U.S. postage stamp in 1974 2012HappyEdugator Robert Lee Frost March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963 2012HappyEdugator Type of Work and Publication “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” is a lyric poem. Lyric poetry presents/ on. 2012HappyEdugator Interpretations Some believe the poem is about a poor man who is tired of living and wishes for death, and that the woods symbolize a desire to rest from life. On the lighter side, some say the poem is a Christmas story. From this /


Robert Frost (1874–1963) A Boy’s Will 1913 Read with English Seminars Jagiellonian University(Krakow) & Łodz University (Łodz) February 2008 To continue.

Robert Frost (1874–1963) A Boy’s Will 1913 Read with English Seminars Jagiellonian University(Krakow) & Łodz University (Łodz) February 2008 To continue on-line 1874–1963 Born in San Francisco, family moved to Massachusetts after the death of his father. Dartmouth college, Hanover, New Hampshire, for less than one term. Back in Massachusetts taught school, worked in a factory, and/ by poet Closural markers (themes, e.g. End of process, of day, of life): Poems as structuring units First & last in whole /


English III / Semester 2 Mr. Stanberry. Journal Entry : January 6, 2015 Happy New Year, and welcome back! In a brief reflection, no more than six sentences,

and coming poet. He accredits long walks along the English landscape for his inspiration behind his most notable work “ The Road Not Taken.” In 1961, Frost was asked to recite a poem, “The Gift Outright”, for the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy. Frost was a four-time Pulitzer Prize winner. ▫ www.biography.com/robertfrost Homework : Due Wednesday Mending Wall by Robert Frost/ Debauchee - a man who leads a life of reckless drinking, promiscuity and self-indulgence Dilatory – tending or inclined to/


Modern and Post Modern Poetry. Characteristics of Modern Poetry 1. Bold experimentation in style and form  Imagists—poem based on a single image  Symbolist—presents.

? ► Nature can help us re-experience the freedom and innocence of childhood, when adulthood is too much for us Robert Frost ► “Mending Wall”  Perfect example of a Frost pastoral ► Consider what aspects of rural life this poem addresses  Relationship with neighbors  Destruction of man made by nature ► Does this poem idealize these aspects of rural life, or is Frost offering a more complex vision of country living  Notice the form—Blank Verse e/


A Review of American Literature – from the beginning to Now AP English Review Mrs. Dibble.

of the Contemporary Era (roughly 1945 – Present) The Beat Movement The Beat Movement William S. Burroughs’ life and writings William S. Burroughs’ life and writings Jack Kerouac’s life and writings Jack Kerouac’s life and writings Allen Ginsberg’s life and writings Allen Ginsberg’s life and writings The Confessional movement The Confessional movement Sylvia Plath’s life and writings Sylvia Plath’s life and writings Anne Sexton’s life and writings Anne Sexton’s life and writings Robert Lowell’s life and/


20th-Century American Poetry. Robert Frost (1874-1963)

20th-Century American Poetry Robert Frost (1874-1963) Robert Frost’s public fame He is highly regarded for his realistic depictions of the rural life and his command of American colloquial speech. As a popular and often-quoted poet, Frost was honored frequently during his lifetime, receiving four Pulitzer Prizes. Honors The United States Senate extended its felicitations to him on his birthday in 1950; A mountain in Vermont was /


A Raisin in the Sun Why did Mama call Walter a disgrace to his fathers memory? He had become too concerned with money and had lost traditional family.

“just around the corner,” for those were white folks’ words, which we never believed. Nor did we wait for hard work and thrift to pay off in shining success, as the American Dream promised, for we knew better than that, too. The African/ “One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.” “One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.” “And life is too much like a pathless wood” “And life is too much like a pathless wood” Poetry: Robert Frost What type of rhyme is in the following excerpt from “Stopping/


The Literature of Modernism: Poetry (1914 — 1945)

regarded for his realistic depictions of rural life and his command of American colloquial speech. His work frequently employed settings from rural life in New England in the early twentieth century, using them to examine complex social and philosophical themes. A popular and often-quoted poet Life Background Robert Lee Frost was born and raised in San Francisco; his father was originally a New Englander and a graduate of Harvard. In 1912 he took/


屋檐如悬 风铃如沧 我等燕归 时间被安 演一场意 你悄然走 故事在城 浓雾散不 看不清对 你听不出 风声不存 是我在感 崖 排 外 来 海 外 开 在 来 开 白 慨 Unit 4 A garden of poems.

Donne(1572-1631) What ’ s the characteristic of his poetry? his use of surprising images John Milton(1608-1674) Why did his work become famous? the absence of rhyme Alexander Pope(1688-1744) John Keats(1795-1821) William Wordsworth (1770-1850) Gordon Byron (1788-1824) Which poems of them are popular? sonnets and long poems nature poems Isles of Greece Robert Frost(1874-1963) Lu Xun(1881-1936) Guo/


Modern, Post-Modern, & Contemporary Poetry. Modern Poetry (1900-1950) ► Follows basic characteristics of Modernism  Rejection of traditional form and.

splitting into cellular atoms. While we, seekers of earths treasures Getters and hoarders of gold, Are self-contained, compact, harmonized, Even to the end. Robert Frost—tradition in a Modernist world ► Characteristics of Frost’s Poetry  Devoted to traditional forms  /Symbolism: a form of expression in which the world of appearances is violently rearranged in order to depict a different and more truthful version of reality  This violent rearrangement was visually apparent in the work of Picasso; e.e/


Figurative Language The Language of Literature. Figurative language Language which uses figures of speech; for example, metaphor, metonymy, synecdoche,

Narrowly defined: A way of saying one thing and meaning another. Language that cannot be taken literally. Literary texts A work of literature is always a coded text, in parts it may use figurative language (figures of speech or tropes), and as a whole it always / bid me take life easy, as the grass grows on the weirs; But I was young and foolish, and now am full of tears. A willow (salley) tree Another one Robert Frost (1874-1963) American poet with an axe on his shoulder Robert Frost Stopping by Woods on/


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