Treatment of Nature in the Selected Poems of Robert Frost: Quest for Humanism and Symbolic Representation

Abstract

The present paper proposes to highlight Treatment of Nature in the Selected Poems of Robert Frost: Quest for Humanism and Symbolic Representation. It is an attempt to reveal the human psychology and perception of Robert Frost who endeavored to search a life cycle and human dilemma. The current study also aims at focusing on different perspectives of his poetry; it has keenly observed the surrounding background of the poet who tried to experiment with truth. The poet himself is the narrator of the lyrics and he outburst his feelings towards the social milieu because he has become puzzled man in his life .The poems chosen for study are” Stopping by Woods on A Snowy Evening,” Mending Wall”, “The Road Not Taken Departmental”. These are suggestive of the human tendency and the chaotic situation of the poet who expressed the humanistic values, culture and personal experiences with reminiscence.