"The Mending Wall"
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This essay evaluates Robert Frost's poem "The Mending Wall." The author examines Frost's theme of the dynamics of friendships and enmities, discusses the views of the speaker in the poem and his neighbor and explores the merits of each of their views regarding the function of walls in human relationships. The author then expresses his own views as to whether he agrees with Frost or not and provides a specific example from his own experience that demonstrates that walls can be good or bad, depending on the neighbor in question.
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