Explore the Natural Beauty of Robert Frost’s in his Poetry

Md. Harun Rashid, Haider Jaber Husain, Jahirul Islam, Esra Sipahi, Wang Hui

Abstract


Nature is the most excellent attribute of Robert Frost’s poetry. Frost has a profound affection and compassion towards animals. However, traditional rural life is not the main focus of Frost’s poetry. Frost reflects mostly on the extraordinary struggle that has taken place in the natural environment. His poems typically begin with the observation of Nature and continue to connect with the human psychological condition. According to Frost, Nature is not just a source of joy but also an impetus of human intelligence. People should be educated by thought, such that Nature is the main character in his poetry rather than only a backdrop.

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Analysis of Nature, Description beauty of Nature and poet of Nature

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.10n.3p.15

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