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Robert Frost's 'After Apple Picking' # 2
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A 5 page analysis on this poem written by late author Robert Frost. An in-depth look is taken using two interpretations of this popular piece of work. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Frostap2.wps

Robert Frost's 'Birches'
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A 5 page analytical essay in which the writer shows how Robert Frost's poem entitled 'Birches' takes us away from the woods of New Hampshire (which are typical of Frost's poems) or the despair of humanity and places us partly back in the woods, but also partly in a certain metaphor of sexuality not found in any of Robert Frost's other poems. Bibliography lists 5 supporting sources.
Filename: Frostbir.wps

Robert Frost's 'Birches' / Symbolism
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A 2 page paper that provides an analytical overview of the symbolism and imagery in Robert Frost's poem, Birches, and determines the implications of the use of symbolism for Frost's message. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Birch2.wps

Robert Frost's 'Desert Place'
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In 5 pages the author discusses the central purpose of the poem 'Desert Places' by Robert Frost, analyzing such aspects as sound, figurative language, theme, voice, tone, imagery, and figures of speech. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Desertp.wps

Robert Frost's 'Design'
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Approximately 8 pages in length; Essay reviews Robert Frost life and explicates his poem 'Design' with relevance to other works and to the era as well. Includes bibliography.
Filename: Frostpem.wps

Robert Frost's 'Home Burial' / Depths Of Hurt
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A 3 page paper on Robert Frost's long narrative poem. The paper analyzes the metrical structure, meaning, theme, and symbolism in the poem (particularly the motif of planting a tree and of burial itself).
Filename: Burial.wps

Robert Frost's 'Mending Wall'
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A 5 page critical analysis of Frost's poem. This paper presents the major themes in the 'Mending Wall,' which include man's separation from man as well as man's relationship with nature. This poem, which Frost himself called his 'second favorite' supports the major themes developed throughout Frost's body of poetic works. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Mendingwa.wps

Robert Frost's 'The Road Not Taken'
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3 pages on Frost's 'The Road Not Taken' in which the writer makes the point that the last stanza actually depicts someone who was not unhappy with the choice they made. A complete explication of each stanza is included as is a discussion of the poem's meaning & general theme. No Bibliography.
Filename: Frostroa.wps

Robert Frost's 'The Road Not Taken' # 2
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A 5 page paper discussing Robert Frost's famous poem, written in 1915, 'The Road Not Taken.' For the past eighty years, this poem has served as the mantra of people seeking to deviate from their 'expected' roles and their pre-ordained choices. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: Frstroad.wps

Robert Frost's 'The Road Not Taken' / A Very Personal Journey
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A 5 page paper giving a personal response to Frost's poem through tying the theme of the poem to an experience in the student's own life. The paper argues that everyone can find a point in his life at which his own life paths diverged, and he took the path 'less traveled by', the path that had no easy social or cultural map to follow. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Notake.doc

Robert Frost's Divided Self / A Discussion of Six Poems
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A 9 page paper on the poetry of Robert Frost. The paper argues that the pervasive sense of divisiveness in Frost's poems reflects the poet's lack of 'fit' in his own world. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: Frospoem.wps

Robert Frost's Own Life Reflected In His Works
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This 5 page paper explores the life and work of poet Robert Frost, and how one influenced the other. Also provided is a critical analysis the setting, form and structure of his most memorable poems. Works cited page lists 5 sources. Free outline included.
Filename: Frost.rtf

The Darker Poetry of Robert Frost
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Many of Frost's poems include an element of melancholy or regret; sadness or longing that reflects what might be called the 'darker' side of the poet. Considering the difficult childhood and life that he experienced, it is logical to surmise that these poems were an outlet for his darker emotions - mostly of loneliness and loss. This 13 page paper looks at six poems reviewed and, or, critiqued by six different critics in order to explore a myriad of perspectives. Bibliography lists 7 sources. (poems are included for referencing).
Filename: KTdrkfrt.wps

The Road Less Traveled: An Analysis
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This five-page-paper discusses the true meaning behind the words of Robert Frost's , 'The Road Less Traveled.' Life choices and wistful hindsight are all discussed. Bibliography lists one source.
Filename: CWfrostr.rtf


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