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Whose woods these are I think I know.???

Poem is STOPPING ON THE WOODS IN A SNOWY EVENING .

His house is in the village though;???

He will not see me stopping here???

To watch his woods fill up with snow.

[5]My little horse must think it queer1???

To stop without a farmhouse near???

Between the woods and frozen lake???

The darkest evening of the year. ??

He gives his harness bells a shake???

[10]To ask if there is some mistake.??

The only other sound?s the sweep???

Of easy wind and downy2?flake. ??

The woods are lovely, dark and deep, ??

But I have promises to keep,???

[15]And miles to go before I sleep,???

And miles to go before I sleep.


How does the poem?s rhyme scheme develop its tone?


A . The poem follows an AABA BBCB CCDC DDDD end rhyme scheme; this flowing, alternating scheme contributes to the soft, almost lullaby-like quality of tone
.B .The poem follows an AABA BBCB CCDC DDDD end rhyme scheme; this repetitive rhyme, almost like a chant, contributes to the eerie tone.
C .The poem is composed of rhyming couplets, creating a musical diction and beat; this contributes to the playful tone.
D .The poem is composed of rhyming stanzas (i.e. AAAA BBBB CCCC DDDD); this consistent, almost blocky rhyme contributes to the solemn tone.


PART A: How does Frost?s use of imagery contribute to the mood of the poem?
A .Frost presents images of winter, thus contributing to the saddened, grieving mood.
B .Frost presents an image of quiet, undisturbed forest, thus contributing to the calm, reflective mood.
C .Frost presents an image of a sleepy young man on horseback, thus contributing to the exhausted mood.
D .Frost presents images of darkness in the woods, thus contributing to the frightened mood.

Question 3.

PART B: Which of the following quotes best supports the answer to Part A?


A?Whose woods these are I think I know. / His house is in the village though? (?Lines 1-2)

B?Between the woods and frozen lake / The darkest evening of the year.? (?Lines 7-8)

C?The only other sound?s the sweep / Of easy wind and downy flake.? (?Lines 11-12)

D?And miles to go before I sleep, / And miles to go before I sleep.? (?Lines 15 to 16)

Question 4

What effect does the repetition of the?last 2 lines?have on the overall poem?

AThe repetition places particular emphasis on these lines and thus suggests a deeper interpretation than simple rest
.BThe repetition is only there to solidify the stanza with one end rhyme (i.e. deep, keep, and sleep).
CThe repetition emphasizes the speaker?s contradictory exhaustion and reluctance to leave the woods
.DThe repetition adds to the dreamy, almost trance-like atmosphere of the poem


How does the setting contribute to the central themes of the poem? Cite evidences.
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