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Unformatted text preview: 2. How does Frost use imagery to prepare the reader for the announcement in lines 9-10? Robert Frost’s imagery of the moon setting behind the hills in lines 1-3 prepares the reader for the theme of death in lines 9 and 10. The moon setting portrays the idea that all life eventually ends and we cannot be afraid of it. APPLY: Write a one-sentence description of some element in a garden or yard. Be certain your sentence contains a visual or tactile image. Share your sentence with a partner. In the early spring morning, dew drips from the silvery, shiny leaves and the bright sun glisten on the rim of the red rose....
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