The Stranger in The Poems of Robert Frost Poem Review by Master Researcher
The Stranger in The Poems of Robert Frost
Analysis of the use and meaning of strangers in the poems of Robert Frost.
# 32952 | 1,650 words | 10 sources | 2002 |
Published on Oct 29, 2003 in Literature (American) , Literature (Poetry)
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There is something in the poetry of Robert Frost that does not love a stranger. And yet, strangers regularly appear, as in the poems: "Love and A Question", "The Fear", "The Smile" and "The Witch of Coos". Although the strangers, associated as they are with night and violence, are made to appear somewhat sinister, it is unclear as to whether Frost sees them as a threat in and of themselves; or rather, whether they simply embody a dissatisfaction which already exists in the lives of the couples.
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