The Concept of Discovery in Home Burial and Mending Wall by Robert Frost and Notes on a Scandal by Zoe Heller

Indeed discoveries do challenge our inherent understanding of our lives and our humanity; however, if we allow complacency to overtake a desire to pursue discoveries, individual, societal or spiritual, it is then that the discovery becomes an unwanted component of a known existence. Robert Frost, a renowned turn of the century modernist, explores the (notions … Read more

The Religious Purpose in The Road Not Taken, Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening, and Mending Wall by Robert Frost

Frost’s Religious Purpose Robert Frost is a famous American poet who writes about nature in most of his pieces. His work every now and again using settings from rural life in New England in the mid twentieth century, utilizing them to inspect complex social and philosophical topics. Frost went through rough times with the lose … Read more

Mending Wall by Robert Frost

What is so important about mending a wall? Robert frost a down to earth, phenomenon has used his supernatural skills to write a poem which may seem to be a simple, ordinary poem, yet what lays hidden behind the veils may be unraveled. That is the spiritual world that you and me may learn to … Read more

Mending Wall by Robert Frost

Through my thoughts, to mend a wall is to fix a barrier of their life or to be more cautious of what people say and do. In other words I think this particular wall is between two friends, a wall of dispute or privacy, a invisible wall is slowly being built. It is the nature … Read more