Analysis of the Theme of Work in the Poems of Robert Frost (IB English Literature HL)

Aug 22nd, 2016
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Notes on the way Robert Frost portrays work in his poetry. The Poems analysed are "Mowing", "The Tuft of Flowers" and "Two Tramps in Mud Time".

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Work as a Theme in the Poetry of Robert Frost-In Robert Frosts poetry, work is portrayed not as a tedious, antagonistic, strenuous process,but as a means through which a man interacts with and strengthens his bond with nature, andconsequently, strengthens his relationship with his fellow human beings.!-Mowing & The Tuft of Flowers-Mowing-First half of a set of two poemsfocuses mainly on the relationship between man and nature-Imagery used to convey the relationship between man and nature-Auditory > lack of sound-Kinesthetic > lines 11-12heat (effect o

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