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A Further Range

Robert Frost

Publisher: Reading Essentials

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Above all in A Further Range Frost expresses a weariness with the demands of the chaotic age and a seeming desire to disengage. As such, the Depression appears with expressions of disdain for mass political solutions which appear futile. Frost employs his verse to deny the demands which the demanding world makes on the individual.

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