Manís position in the universe. An insight in Frostís poetry
Author(s):
DR. NEENA SHARMA
Keywords:
universe, position, escapist, conception, limitation
Abstract
The present paper intends to focus realistic nature of Robert Frost’s poetry as the man’s position in the universe. Robert Frost, as a poet, may appear to be an escapist when we read his nature poetry but this is not true. He was not an escapist but a realist. This is why he has been considered a modern poet, as modern as W.H. Auden and T.S. Eliot were. Frost was as sensitive as a poet as other great poets have been and he also could not shut his yes to the grim realities of life about which we read in his poetry again and again. The appeal of his poetry rests on so many things one of which is his awareness about the stark realities of life, the life that many appears to be unbearable. Man's environment is not merely out of understanding and impossible to reach. It also expresses great power in him because its sources are mysterious. This mysterious way of environment can be full of risk to man.
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Unique Paper ID: 153187

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 6

Page(s): 32 - 36
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