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Robert's Rhyme Time

Summary: 5 poems of frost: "Out,Out-" "Mending Wall" "Birches" "Fire and Ice" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
Robert Frost may be the most famous poet of the twentieth century, even though he died shortly after its halfway mark. His works are still highly publicized. Some of his most famous works are "Birches," "Fire and Ice," "Out, Out," "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," and "Mending Wall." In these poems, Frost uses vivid imagery, symbolism, and metaphors to convey a message to the reader.

He uses vivid imagery to convey his message to the reader. One of his more popular images is ice, which can mean literally ice or symbolic ice. He uses ice in three of these five afore mentioned poems. In the poem, "Birches," Frost incorporates so many images to describe one still scene that he fills up nearly two pages. Some of his images, ice for example, can also have symbolic meanings.

Frost uses symbolism to convey his message to the reader...

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