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The Poetry of Robert Frost Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

In what ways does Frost's "lover's quarrel with the world" make itself known in his poetry?

Do you think Frost is optimistic about the enterprise of love? Give examples for your conclusion.

Do you agree with Frost's assessment of American destiny as presented in "The Gift Outright"? How do you think his geography or his era could have shaped his perspective?

In "I Will Sing You One-O", Frost's perspective moves from the very small to the cosmically large. What do you think was his uniting theme? What did he want to leave the reader thinking about?

Frost is equally complimentary of industry and innovation and annoyed at its obligating people to serve it. How do you think he would view the way industry has changed the face of the country or the lives of her people in the years since he lived? Use thoughts from his poems...

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