Robert Frost Essay | "A Time to Talk": Friends Come before Work

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"A Time to Talk": Friends Come before Work

Summary: The theme of Robert Frost's poem "A Time to Talk" is that friends should come before work. Through the man putting his hoe down to talk with his friend, we see the importance of friendship in an individual's feeling complete in life and in enjoying a secure life.
A Time to Talk

Brett Boehmke

In Robert Frost's poem, A Time to Talk, the theme is that friends should come before work. The man is doing his labor and sees his buddy on the road. He's about to keep working but realizes that his work won't get any harder so he goes and visits his comrade. In three lines of the poem, Robert Frost expresses his opinion that friends come before work.

"I don't stand still and look around on all the hills I haven't hoed." This example is the third and fourth sentence of A Time to Talk. In this part, the man is standing on the hills and he sees his friend out on the road. He stands and looks around and says to himself this work won't get any harder and decides that friends are more important than...

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