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Servant to Servants
The form of this poem emulates or echos Faulkner in some respects. I think
that it is remarkable that Frost a man of his time was able to realize the
entrapment of women and voice it.
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Comment 2 of 11, added on October 6th, 2005 at 6:34 PM.
The tone of the poem is of the intense solitude of the woman
speaking---she is empty at that window, watching the world go by----and the
monologue is grating against the reader.......the poet inserts annoying
parts that make it run-on, and on, and on, and she never stops to end a
thought--she always qualifies it, with a "but I don't know", and a "no
end", and many other exasperated inconclusive thoughts amidst the supposed
peace and tranquility that this servant-to-servants-gone-camping represents
as a co-owner of a "resort".
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