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Imagery in PoemsIn Robet Frosts poem Dust of Snow he portrays the image of a snowy winter day As he is walking down a snow covered street a playful crow shakes the freshly fallen snow from a hemlock tree onto him This falling snow serves as an awakening for the narrarator for he begins to appreciate his awful day The poems deeper meaning has to do with acknowledging the simple pleasures in life and how they can change the outcome of an entire day Winters are long and dreadful but Frost has depicted a scene where one can really appreciate a dreary day as the one portrayed Overall Frosts goal was to try to get the reader to take advantage of life and grab it by its horns no matter how low or how depressed we feel Do not miss the simple things in life for they are what make life beautiful and interesting Frost was indeed successful for this is exactly how the poem makes me feel when I read it External and Internal Journeys In Flannery OConners novel Everything that Rises Must Converge the main character Julian travels on journey both externally and internally Both of these passages are connected and influenced by each other Externally Julian must unwillingly accompany his mother to the YMCA for her weekly workout His mother is older and her doctor insists she stays fit and healthy so that her blood pressure doesnt get the best of her They walk together to the bus stop and this is where Julians internal journey begins He feels as though his life is in shambles and his mother creates a false sense of hope around him which makes him feel even worse He believes in mother lives in a fantasy world where everything is good and righteous As they wait for the bus they discuss his job as a typewriter salesman even though he studied to be a writer himself
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