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Title Poet Poem Criticism Type Tags
Albert J. Von Frank: On "Desert Places" Robert Frost Desert Places Poem Criticism Nature; Identity; Nothingness; Paradox; Meaning; absent-spiritedness; isolation; home
Judith Oster: On "Desert Places" Robert Frost Desert Places Poem Criticism Nature; Personal Void; Nothingness; Absence; Loneliness; alliteration; fear; personal emptiness; blankness; Meter; expression
Hayden Carruth: On "Two Tramps in Mudtime" Robert Frost Two Tramps in Mudtime Poem Criticism symbolism; winter; Nature; labor
Frank Lentricchia: On "Birches" Robert Frost Birches Poem Criticism transcendence; consciousness; youth; Nature; imagination
Clint Stevens: On "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" Robert Frost Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening Poem Criticism winter; Nature; Journey; Uncertainty; Meter
Mark Richardson: On "Mending Wall" Robert Frost Mending Wall Poem Criticism Nature; Allies; Irony; competition
C. K. Doreski: On "The Armadillo" Elizabeth Bishop The Armadillo Poem Criticism anger; outcry; fire; chaos; destruction; Wordsworth; Nature; environmentalism
Steven Gould Axelrod on "Skunk Hour" Poem Criticism Nature; stain; sterility; ill; heiress; automobiles; steamshovels; scenery; sexuality; loveless
Donald E. Thackrey: On 258 ("There's a certain Slant of light") Emily Dickinson 258 (There's a certain Slant of light,) Poem Criticism Nature; Structure; imagery; Tone; Style; Psychoanalysis; metaphysics