Robert Frost Poetry Summaries

Robert Frost Poetry Summaries - John Bieler Professor...

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John Bieler Professor Edgerly English 112 21 March 2007 The Poetry of Robert Frost Pages 931-940 The Pasture - A poem, about a person lives on a farm and has jobs to do around the pasture. Frost uses repetition of the line “I shan’t be gone long.-You come too” (4). The narrator describes a young calf with its mother. Mending Wall- The narrator of the poem describes the wall between neighbors. The narrator claims he doesn’t know how gaps in the wall are made but they are there. The narrator doesn’t know what he is blocking in or blocking out. The neighbor believes that, “Good fences make good neighbors,” and continues to add stones to the wall. The Wood Pile - The narrator of the poem is out walking in the snow and continues to push on further. The narrator describes a view of tall trees, when the narrator encounters a bird. The bird went behind a large pile of chopped wood. The narrator begins to describe the pile in great detail. The wood had been long decayed and was deemed
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course ENG 112 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '08 term at Northern Virginia Community College.

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