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Roert Frost; Design
In the poem "Design" written by Robert Frost, the classic use of the color white, generally referring to innocence and purity, is representatively contradicted. Instead of giving this color to wholesome, pure objects, he gives them to objects that typically represent death and darkness. The first line talks about a fat white spider. This line contradicts the reputation that spiders have. When a spider is seen, fat or skinny, it is usually black. I hate spiders and I would not label them as innocent or pure because spiders usually live in dirty environments. By giving the spider a white co…
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