ROBERT FROST’S POETRY: ADVOCATING THE SENSE OF DUTYJournal: International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IJHSS) (Vol.3, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2014-03-31
Authors : MARIAM JAMILA;
Page : 69-76
Keywords : Robert Frost’s Poetry; Advocating Sense; Duty;
Robert Frost’s mellifluous poems are having much impact on literature as they comprise thought provoking themes uttered with amazing diction enclosing superb driving force of imagination. Alike other poets, he has a mess of familiar themes; nature, love, life, death, relationship, responsibility, lack of communication and so on where the most palpable one is ‘duty’. His unflinching call towards the eternal duty of human life has got immense importance throughout his writing as people are destined to perform them all. Frost’s call to reshape duty is to seek the resonance of life and to get its real value through myriads of task. The purpose of this article is to sort out those significant works talking about duty so that the readers can muse on these interpretations. Furthermore, it may explore Frost’s dominant theme ‘duty’ as a bright lantern to walk through the vulnerable ways of life.
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