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The Poetry of Robert Frost Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Blueberriesappears in Blueberries

Fruits of the earth's wild plants that can give food or livelihood to their finder.

Goldappears in The Vindictives

The thing most wanted by a group willing to kill a king for it, and that drove them to their deaths when they were deprived of it.

Birchesappears in Birches

Frost imagines that, instead of ice, a child at play has bent them down, and he wishes for the same adventure to allow him to climb into heaven and, having visited, dip him back to earth again.

The Snow-Covered Mountainappears in Brown's Descent

The dwelling place of a farmer who slid inadvertently two miles down it, but whose winding ascending road was no hindrance nor annoyance to him when, once he reached the bottom, he had to walk several miles along it to get home again.

Factory Jobs

The obligation that provides...

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