The Poetry of Robert Frost Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

Robert Frostappears in Throughout - This person is revealed through a love for the natural world and the New England woods and seasons.

Gardenerappears in Tuft of Flowers - This character concludes that people work together, even if apart, when viewing florals.

The Boy with the Burning Glassappears in At Woodward's Gardens - This character is harming the monkeys caged at the zoo.

The Itinerant Preacherappears in Snow - This character breaks up a trip by stopping at a farm between towns.

The Man Who Doesn't Like the Wallappears in Mending Wall - This character comments on the outdated fence that breaks up a landscape.

A Lone Strikerappears in A Lone Striker - This character prefers the natural world to the work world; consequently, this person fails to return to work on a beautiful afternoon.

The Man Who Loves Treesappears in To a Young Wretch - Standing...

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