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Frost's “Desert Places”: Inner Darkness

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C.K. Williams said, “poetry confronts in the most clear-eyed way just those emotions which consciousness wished to slide by,” and in “Desert Places” Robert Frost makes the reader not only visualize the cause of these emotions, but feel them also. Throughout the four stanzas of “Desert Places,” Fr ....

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....ands for the spirit that in line seven Frost states the speaker is missing: “I am too absent-spirited to count.” In the poem, to “count” means to be distinguishable among the darkness. The fact that he does not count makes him indistinguishable among the woods and animals, which only adds to his feelings of inner vacancy and the overall desolance of the poem. In line eleven, Frost uses the image of a “blander whiteness” in an almost symbolic way, yet with a twist of irony. The image of “white....
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