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Phase 2 Individual Project 1 Running Head: PHASE 2 INDIVIDUAL PORJECT: SONNETS AND POEMS Phase 2 Individual Project: Sonnets and Poems Chris Normand Colorado Technical University World Literature 215-12 Prof. Susan Kauffman July 16, 2010
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Phase 2 Individual Project 2 Abstract It is the purpose of this paper to report on the analysis of a chosen sonnet and a chosen poem from the Bedford (publisher) text. I have chosen “Design,” by Robert Frost, as my sonnet for analysis, and I have chosen “The Road Not Taken,” by Robert Frost, as my poem for analysis. I will be discussing the theme, language usage, and metaphorical references within the sonnet, “Design.” I will be discussing the impact of word choice contained within the poem, “The Road Not Taken,” and its impact on the theme of the poem.
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Phase 2 Individual Project 3 Phase 2 Individual Project: Sonnets and Poems I have read the sonnet, “Design,” by Robert Frost. I believe the theme of the poem is as varied as humankind is, on the face of the earth. I have thought about this sonnet for some time and can relate it to many different aspects of life. To settle down upon one meaning would be to limit its diverseness and beauty. I believe this was the design (no pun intended) of the poem, by Robert Frost. I believe he wanted it to fit many different views about life and the existence (or the lack thereof) of God or a Creator and ones fate or predestination. The theme of this poem is the omniscient design of the relationship between the white spider, the white moth, and the unusual white flower. It is that the Creator is so
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