International Journal of English Research

ISSN: 2455-2186

Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2016)

Societal Relations in Robert Frost’s writings

Author(s): VN Sudheer, Dr. P Kusuma Harinath
Abstract: Most of Frost’s poems open in the middle of an incident because forrnpurposes of dramatic presentment it is not the beginning or the end of arnsituation that is significant but the points where the characters are poisedrnfor action – the points which excite the greatest revolution in minds of therncharacters. One of the central things about his poetry is that it reflects thernexperiences of everyday life; its ironics, delicacies, joys and sorrows. Thesernare derived from real life itself and not by any formal study of philosophy.rnThe central principle of Frost’s poetry is the truthful presentation of material.rnHe always desired to go behind something to hide his personality and make hisrncharacters speak. This paper purely highlights about societal relations, forrnthat two poems were selected titled “The Telephone” and “A Time tornTalk
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