The theme of gender separation in the poem Home Burial by Robert Frost.
Dealing With Tragedy
In ?Home Burial?, by Robert Frost, a husband and wife grieve differently in the face of the shared loss of their son. This difference is made apparent by
what they refer to as ?talk? and ?speech?. The title, ?Home Burial?, refers to the son?s burial, but also to the deterioration of the parents? relationship. This deterioration does not come from having different methods of mourning, but from their inability to understand or accept each other?s method. This separation represents an overall division between two genders.
The poem begins with the husband looking up a…
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- The theme of gender separation in the poem Home Burial by Robert Frost.
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