Jackself - Pages 33 - 44 Summary & Analysis

Polley, Jacob
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In “Jack Frost” Jackself finds himself out late one November night covering everything in his village in frost. Around 3:00 a.m. Jackself becomes exhausted from all the work and decides to rest on a roundabout in a playground. Reasoning that it would be alright if he decided to turn in rather than finish his job, he opts to go home, however as he gets up to leave he finds Jeremy Wren coming his way, “waving a glitter-sprinkled wooden spoon” and weeping as he covers parked cars and street maps in frost (34). “Help me,” Wren petitions Jackself, “keep everything just as it is” the poem ends (34).

In the next poem “Plantation” Jackself is out in the cold once more, however he is no longer in the village. “I’m in the wilderness no … I am the wilderness” he says. It is here, as the...

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