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Analysis and comments on Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost

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Comment 210 of 1060, added on May 25th, 2007 at 1:33 AM.

This poem is referring the narrator was depicting the beauty of the snow
scenery and expressing the contradictory feelings that he had. When the
narrator came to the forest, he was mesmerized by the beautiful scenes, as
a result, he wanted to probe on the mysteries of the nature; however, he
had to do what he had to do and that was to move on. This poem use
personification and imagery to show us when two different desires happened
at the same time it will create a contradictory feeling.

Alice Hsu from United States
Comment 209 of 1060, added on May 25th, 2007 at 1:26 AM.

I think in this poem Frost has a favor to do for someone secret. It seems
that he does not really care about his horse because he will do anything to
get the job done. I think the ringing of the harness bell might mean that
he is checking to see if someone will come out of the house before he
enters it because he cannot see because it is so dark.

Erika Roybal from United States
Comment 208 of 1060, added on May 24th, 2007 at 11:53 PM.

I think this poem has a cold feeling. Almost like Frost is hidding or not
telling part of his story. He seems to have a journey to complete and he
wont stop at any cost, even if his horse is tired. He shows a lot of
dedication to whatever he needs to get done , and a lot of loyalty to
whoever it is being done for, even if it is for himself. He showes the
reader that its more than walking through the forest its a journey that
everyone goes through a journey called life.

pelin chalayan from United States
Comment 207 of 1060, added on May 24th, 2007 at 11:50 PM.

This poem is about a man who is riding through the woods on a snowy
evening. He is tired and wants to rest, but he has a responsibility. This
man is very loyal. Although he has miles to go before he can sleep, he
decides not to take a rest in the woods because he knows that he has a
promise to keep.

Roxy Nazari from United States
Comment 206 of 1060, added on May 24th, 2007 at 9:01 PM.

In this poem, I feel that he is speaking of the attraction of the woods and
the responsibilities outside the woods. I also think he describes the
attraction to just watch the beauty of the woods and forget your troubles.

Marc Dickson from United States
Comment 205 of 1060, added on May 24th, 2007 at 8:22 PM.

The poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost shows me
Frost's loyalty and accountability in that he wanted to stop to rest for
the night, but he knew the horse would struggle so he kept on. You should
always be loyal in life and keep your promises as Frost did in this poem.
This poem gave a perfect example of being loyal without actually stating it
in words.

Ryan Arbues from United States
Comment 204 of 1060, added on May 24th, 2007 at 6:28 PM.

The poem "stopping by woods on a snowy evening" reveals a sort of sadness
in Frost. The poem sends the message of peace and deep thought. I think he
is trying to say that everyone needs to stop and be alone once in a while.
Just to assess their own lives by themselves. He's trying to say
independence is a good thing.

Ashley Dien from United States
Comment 203 of 1060, added on May 23rd, 2007 at 7:07 PM.

This poem is Differnt. I don't know what he trying to say. He talks about
things of his time period that doesn't relate to our period. This piece of
literature is magnificent. His sentence structure is well done also.

Daynon turner from United States
Comment 202 of 1060, added on May 22nd, 2007 at 12:40 AM.

This poem is different. The fact that Frost refers to something that he
never reveals what it is is a mystery. I think that that thing is for each
individual to fill in with his or her own feelings. Like never stop loving
or stop believing.

Alyssa Sasaki from United States
Comment 201 of 1060, added on May 17th, 2007 at 1:42 AM.

I'm not sure what some people are talking about on here. This poem reflects
the time in Frost's life when he had a great deal of depression. The reason
he speaks of woods and cold is because one of the most peaceful ways to die
is to freeze to death, obviously he is considering suicide by just falling
asleep on the coldest, darkest night of the year. But he realizes he has
important things to do before he passes.

AF from United States

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Information about Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Poet: Robert Frost
Poem: 24. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
Volume: New Hampshire
Year: 1923
Added: Feb 1 2004
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Poem of the Day: Jun 26 2000


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