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An Analysis of Nature in the works of Robert Frost When reading poetry by Robert Frost the theme of nature is strongly present and persistent Robert Frost uses the world around him to create a mystic feeling to his writings almost giving the reader a sense of nostalgia The influence of nature in Frosts works creates a palette to paint a picture filled with symbolism for the reader to interpret The nature in the poems makes the poem an intimate piece in which most readers can identify with or imagine in some way because of the intense imagery used In the analysis of Robert Frosts The Road Not Taken Nothing Gold Can Stay and Stopping By The Woods On A Snowy Evening we can pick out specific examples to illustrate Frosts overall use of nature In the first stanza of Robert Frosts Stopping by the Woods on A Snowy Evening we find the speaker reflecting on the beauty of a wooded area with snow falling Whose woods these are I think I know His house is in the village though He will not see me stopping here To watch his woods fill up with snow p923 You can feel the speakers awe and reflective peace when looking into the woods that night He doesnt know the owner of the land but is still drawn to the beauty of the scene Frost gives a scene that is taken into the reader and digested for a time in the speakers mind It shows us that it is all right to take a minute out of a hurried hour and reflect upon what is around you whether it is a snowy wood or a quite room Frosts use of nature gives the reader an immense selection of symbolism to contemplate The poem Nothing Gold Can Stay is a potent dose of symbolic nature Natures first green is gold Her hardest hue to
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