The Natural World in Robert Frost Poems
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This paper examines two poems by Robert Frost ("After Apple Picking" and "Mending Wall") in respect to how the natural world within these poems motivates the human speakers to address their lives. "After Apple Picking" is an exploration of moraility, while "Mending Wall" suggests the futility of needless effort.
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