SECT. A frost even # q's

Previous Yrs have been on: The Wood-Pile and Out, Out

So this year it might be on

  • The Road Not Taken
  • After Apple-Picking
  • The Draft Horse
  • a considerable speck
  • the ax-helve
  • stopping by woods on a snowy evening

OR THEY COULD JUST BE COMPLETE ASSHOLES & DO OUT,OUT OR THE WOODPILE again so maybe i shouldn't guess

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  • Section A / even Q's
    • How far do you agree with the view that Frost’s poems are about personal events only and have no universal significance?
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      • "universal significance"? "personal events"?
    • How appropriate is it to label ‘Out, out – ’ as a tragedy?
      • Title "OUT, OUT"
        • comes from shakespeare "Out, out brief candle"
          • connection w/
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      • Is it right to label this poem as a tragedy???
        • deeper meaning of story - do we lose it when we reduce it down to tragedy / other genre
          • MEANING: we examine the
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          • The narrator brings himself into the poem
            • offers a personal touch
            • "Call it a day, I wish they might have said"
      • The narrator brings himself into the poem
        • offers a personal touch
        • "Call it a day, I wish they might have said"
      • CONCLUSION
        • Frost's poem, "Out Out" can be argued to contain tragic elements as shown by the inclusion of allusions to the famous tragic story of "Macbeth
        • How far do you agree with the view that Frost’s poems are about personal events only and have no universal significance?
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          • "universal significance"? "personal events"?
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    • CONCLUSION
      • Frost's poem, "Out Out" can be argued to contain tragic elements as shown by the inclusion of allusions to the famous tragic story of "Macbeth
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