A Thematic Analysis of Robert Frost’s Poetry Introduction Robert Frost’s poems, “The Road Not Taken”, “Mending Wall”, and “The Tuft of Flowers” present a common theme and have contemporary relevance because of Frost’s insights into human nature, relationships, and the unity of all forms of life. These themes and his poetic approach to portraying the human condition, which featured interactions between human beings and between them and nature, enabled him to explore the deepest and most profound truths of human existence. These insights, and his appealing style enabled him to touch the hearts of readers in such an enduring way that he became one of the greatest and most beloved American poets. Analysis of Common Themes Robert Frost’s...The end:
.....g way. His direct style, simple language, universally relevant themes, and everyday subject matter are appealing not only to lovers of poetry, but to the general public as well, and these aspects of his poems are the primary reason why he became one of the greatest and most beloved of American poets and why his poetry is still relevant today. Bibliography Ketzle, Carl. “Robert Frost: The Man and His Work.” Online. Available: http://www.ketzle.com/frost/allpoetr.htm. 8 December 2009. “Robert Frost: America’s Poet.” Ketzle.com. Online. Available: http://www. ketzle.com/frost/. 7 December 2009. “Robert Frost Biography.” FPP. Famous Poets and Poems. Online. Available: http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/robert_frost/biography. 8 December 2009.