"The Explication of a Universal Thought" The following essay pertains to the "The Mending Wall" by renowned poet Robert Frost.
The Explication An Universal Thought
In his poem "Mending Wall," renown poet, Robert Frost, conveys a universal thought that an individual will continue to abide by an understood ideal based solely on what is said, not what has been personally explicated or questioned through symbolism, repetition, and irony.
Throughout the poem, Frost utilizes symbolism to exemplify the theme. The wall, for example, represents the unnecessary boundaries that man has erected to enclose his "pine and ...apple" (l. 24) trees. It isolates men from their neighbors, severing not only the "frozen-ground-swell…
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