Running Head: THE TONE IN ROBERT FROST’S POEM “OUT OUT”
The Tone in Robert Frost’s Poem “Out Out”
THE TONE IN ROBERT FROST’S POEM “OUT OUT”
In poetry, tone describes the author’s feelings about the poem’s subject. Frost's poem
starts in a sweet and imaginative way as the author describes the countryside and the boy at
work with his father. It then takes a horrific turn when the saw cut the boy's hand and causing
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