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Frost chooses his words carefully even though they seem prosaic are actually employed to mirror the senses. In "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" it is easy to hear the harness bells shake and the ?sweep of easy wind and downy flake'. His use of prosaic words and use of Iambic rhythm is remarkable at achieving his goal...
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The quatrains often have a single idea and the couplet is the conclusion or offering of hope. This is evident in "Sonnet 60" in which the first quatrain establishes a theme of time, the second quatrain extends on time and its relation to man, the third quatrain is about the cruelty of time and the couplet offers a hope of eternity...
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