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Robert Frost The Random House Dictionary of the English Language defines the term attitude as the following manner disposition feeling position etc with regard to a person or thing tendency or orientation esp of the mind Random House 1967 This definition is seen in everyday life People can show certain feelings towards other people They can show their feelings or positions on certain topics such as abortion or gun control People can even have an attitude on life itself This is nothing new to anybody Because the eyes of people are humanized their will always be subjectivity to what one feels or sees A man that definitely represents this definition and a thought process all his own was a poet named Robert Frost What he did was show people through his works his attitude towards nature and even some of life To best represent Frosts works and his attitudes is to bring to the forefront many of his works and show what they could truly mean The first poem that could show certain parts of his attitude is called Fire and Ice This poem was from Harpers Magazine in 1920 It reads Some say the world will end in fire Some say in ice From what Ive tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire But if it had to perish twice I think I know enough of hate To know that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice Right of the start Frost is saying that the world will end Whether it is a fiery death or a frigid one it does not matter The world will cease to exist Now in there he says that he favors those who foresee a fiery death maybe one by war or another factor Why does he favor this way As the poem progresses he reveals that somewhere along his life he has come across some event that has
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