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Fire and Ice -Robert Frost

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Kayla Mende

on 3 June 2010

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Transcript of Fire and Ice -Robert Frost

Interpretation and Analysis Fire and Ice is talking about ways to destroy the world Looking deeper into the poem, fire and ice may refer to human emotions

Fire and Ice could be desire and hate. Both of which could be harmful in relationships Most critics believe that Fire and Ice is actually talking about the flaws in the human heart and how that could lead to the destruction of the world at any time. My Choice Fire and Ice is in the beginning of Eclipse by Stephanie Meyer I liked how it talked about the destruction of the earth I liked how it rhymed and the way it sounds when people read it out loud. It relates to the world because basically its talking about either the way that the world could possibly end or about emotions that people have. It "spoke" to me because I actually believe that the world is either going to end in fire or ice, so it was cool that there was a poem out there. To me the poem is actually talking about the destruction of the earth Fire and Ice Robert Frost Kayla Mende Robert Frost Got inspiration by a passage in Canto 32 of Dante's Inferno American poet born March 26, 1874 and died January 29, 1963 Boundless Movement
Fireflies in the Garden
And many others
Won four Pulitzer prizes
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