Snow falling and night falling fast, oh, fast in a field i looked into going past, and the ground almost covered smooth in snow, but a few weeds and stubble showing last. Desert places paraphrase night is coming fast and snow is falling everywhere the forest is still and the animals are in hibernation he will only get more lonely before he gets better snow and space are represented as the loneliness his loneliness is found inside him, not his surroundings. An interpretation of desert places by robert frost menu home about “those were desert places but his desert place was a desert and the snow was a metaphor for a vast, barren, snady desert in the middle of nowhere” (benson) where frost’s imagery made the main character seem to be in desolate places and imagining larger than. =desert places= i dont think the desert itself is how we generally perceive a 'desert' one which is dry and without life, but instead frost is talking about the snow filled field as being this 'desert' they are cold and uninviting, and without life during the season of winter. The snow man what snow man outside the title, we don't see any cold, spherical, carrot-nosed plump dudes around which means the snow man must be a.
When this flip happens, places that are usually too warm for snow might get an unexpected flurry of the white stuff like the sahara desert — where. The symbolism of deserts offers a counterpoint to the symbolism of forests and tropical places containing jungles forests and jungles are places where life and vegetation run wild but a desert's major characteristic is that it is a place without vegetation where life is difficult. Desert places is a poem told by a third person observer who initially is focusing on a snowy field in the third line frost states, and the ground almost covered smooth in snow this starts to paint the image of an empty field being covered by more and more snow.
The snow and the nightfall are personified in the lines, showing how the snow cannot express its profound sadness just like the narrator, and these lines also simultaneously demonstrate symbolism and imagery, for the snow represents the narrator, and the reader can quiet clearly imagine freshly fallen snow that is undisturbed and blank. Transcript of desert places and the snow man dmm njknnj to scare myself with my own desert places desert places and the snow man a frost and stevens collaboration by emmanuel felix and brandon adrien personification, imagery, alliteration, irony, symbolism, hyperbole tone. Desert places robert frost seems to always fascinate me with his figurative language, the imagery seems to float off the page and seemingly- in front of you the snow which primarily in the first stanza could symbolize a coldness that seems to be covering the entire plain, on the other side, snow is also something that is very pure and bright.
Consider, for example, the conclusion of desert places, which i have just quoted: i have it in me so much nearer home / to scare myself with my own desert places. As a family we would take trips to the beach, ride dirt bikes in the desert and visit the eastern sierras for vacation doing all of these activities and going to all of these places helped create a sort of bond, or deep connection with my surroundings. In the other hand, the snow imagery in frost’s poem “stopping by woods on a snowy evening” conveys a completely different mood from the mood in “desert places” the snow imagery in “stopping by woods on a snowy evening” conveys the feeling of welcome, calm seclusion, and mysteriousness.
The snow is waist deep in some parts (picture: karim bouchetata/geoff robinson photography) the sahara desert has experienced the biggest snowfall in living memory after a freak winter storm. Snow falling and night falling fast, oh, fast in a field i looked into going past, and the ground almost covered smooth in snow, but a few weeds and stubble showing last you have expressed the emotions of loneliness as provided in robert frost's poem desert places. In desert places, however, the implications of the analogy are necessarily and entirely reversed since what is analogous in the persona and the field is the quality of discontinuity.
Robert frost, who was born in 1874 and died 88 years later as one of the most famous men in america, doesn't fit neatly into any single chapter of a poetry anthology his poetry captures the best of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Although the snow imagery appears in many other poems by frost we will be dealing with the poems “desert places” and “stopping by woods on a snowy evening” even though “ desert places ” and “stopping by woods on a snowy evening” share many qualities such as the common imagery of snow, the scene of the speaker travelling at. Start studying desert place by robert frost learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Abbey belliston form and figures of speech in “desert places” “snow falling and night falling fast, oh, fast” by using these techniques his imagery comes out as the reader can see in front of them a snow storm, almost a blizzard coming down in the dark what is also interesting in.