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A Comparison of Robert Frost Poems

Summary: Compares and contrasts the two Robert Frost poems, Between Fire and Ice and The Road Not Taken. Reveals and analyzes the choices offered by each poem.
Robert Frost's poems have seemed to have some similarities. They generally appear to describe simple things.

In `Fire and Ice', Frost considers whether it would be better to freeze to death or burn to death. Also in `The Road Not Taken' he seems to just refreshing back the past and telling that taking the way that is less travelled by is a better choice. Like this, these poems are frequently misunderstood as simple poems using simple languages with simple meanings, but down under the surface, they contain much complete and deeper intentions within each compact line.

The poem `Fire and Ice' is said to be a very short poem which consists of 9 lines. However within those 9 lines Frost suggests his thoughts of world destruction.

He compares and contrasts the two destructive forces, fire and ice, as two potions for the world's end.

Forest relates fire to desire, `From...

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