Robert Frost poetry reflection

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After reading the peom ‘Stopping by woods on a snowy evening’ i find that througout all of frost’s work a clear and illustratuve image can be created from the words and language used in all of his peoms. ‘stopping by woods on a snowy evening’ provides a clear and detailed image of the event  in which the reader can imagine and take part in whilst reading the poem.

The use of personal language such as ‘he will not’ and ‘his house’ adds a sense of mystery to the piece as the reader is constantly wondering what and who frost is speaking about and why. Thus making the poem more mysterious and interesting to read. ‘to watch his woods fill up with snow’ implies to the reader that frost knows the person and that the place in which he is during the piece belomgs to the man he speaks of. ‘his…

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