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Interpreting Robert Frost’s Snowy Evening

In life there are a lot of things that humans take for granted; for instance, a bright sunny day and good company. In Robert Frost’s poem, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Cheapest Christmas costumes,” he shows the speaker in his poem finally appreciating an overlooked winter scene. However, this poem offers more than just one message. It has many. Frost uses a style that’s simple, yet contains many profound views and interpretations.

In life there are a lot of things that humans take for granted; for instance, a bright sunny day and good company. In Robert Frost’s poem, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” he shows the speaker in his poem finally appreciating an overlooked winter scene. However, this poem offers more than just one message. It has many. Frost uses a style that’s simple, yet contains many profound views and interpretations.

While a “lovely, dark and deep” forest sounds peaceful to most it can also be interpreted as a sign of death. Death is symbolized in this poem by the forest. The forest is enticing to the speaker and is as if the snow falling in the woods is drawing the narrator into its dark beauty. Death can often disguise itself in sugarcoated costumes, appearing to humans as acceptable, much like the forbidden fruit of Adam and Eve. The speaker is finally pulled back to reality by the horse’s harness bells and snaps out of the trance that death has put him in.

In this interpretation, Frost uses the words “dark” and “deep” which give off a negative and mysterious tone and then he throws in the word “lovely” to create a mixed emotion of desire and evil, much like a solar eclipse. In this case, the “lovely, dark and deep” forest has that same irresistible evil influence that death has.

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