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Have you ever wondered what makes two places the same but in two totally different areas Throughout the poems Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost and The Bus by Leonard Cohen there are many similarities that take place These similarities are the life in cities and towns the escape into nature and the consequences of such escapes Throughout this essay these similarities will be explained in detailIn all cities and towns people always have obligations and responsibilities to perform One example of this is when Robert Frost says I have promises to keeppg 127 This quote proves that he has an obligation to the city and to the people at homeThe Bus has its own similarities in the life in cities and towns While reading the poem Leonard Cohen makes the reader feel that the bigger the city the less homy it is The is proven when Cohan states Lets run away from the big city pg 144 This quote shows that Cohan is trying to run away from his obligations and responsibilitiesThe similarities in cities and towns from Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Night and The Bus are in both poems the character is effect by there obligations to the world In Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Night Frosts character is honouring his responsibilities and obligations by leaving the wood to go home to his family In The Bus the character wants run away from themIn both poems the author escapes into nature At on point in Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Night Frosts character notices the beauty of the forest around him The woods are lovely dark and deep pg 127 This shows that the character has a deep feelings for the nature around himLeonard Cohen also escapes into nature in his poem When his character is riding the bus home he says to the bus driver Lets find ourselves a tiny
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