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Analysis of the Poem "Provide, Provide"

Summary: Essay consists of an anlaysis of the poem "Provide, Provide" by Robert Frost.
Many people know Robert Frost as a man of nature. He loved his farms in New England and he created a persona for much of his poetry that loved nature as much as he did. The real Frost, however, didn't love the world as much as this façade told people that he did. He uses this persona in Provide, Provide as a person who criticizes the superficial and dishonest place that he lived in. Many people also know how quickly today's society is becoming shallow and lonesome thanks to the combination of Hollywood and plastic surgery. In the poem, Provide, Provide Frost shows us his attitude of disdain toward superficiality through the mocking tone he creates with ironic diction and detail.

Frost first creates a mocking tone with the use of ironic diction which he scatters throughout the poem. The first example of...

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