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The poem I present is on page 1110, “Stopping by Woods in a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. (Read the poem) …… People live their lives in two worlds: physical world and spiritual world. This poem shows that the two worlds are established and balanced. I divide the poem into two parts. In the first half part, the narrator snaps out of himself from the physical world and starts his journey in his spiritual world. At the fist four lines, the narrator is fascinated and attracted by the woods he is passing by. Although he is aware that the woods are owned by someone in the village, he feels at the same time the woods belong to the narrator. As the narrator walks forward to the woods, “[his] little horse must think it queer/To stop without a farmhouse near”. His little horse symbolizes the society. For most people, going far away
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from society seems odd; it also confirms that the narrator desires to linger in the woods, watching snow falling and enjoying a moment of pleasure. “Between the woods and frozen
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course POLITICAL 210 taught by Professor Amitage during the Spring '08 term at San Mateo Colleges.

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