Home Burial (1914) by Robert Frost is a powerfully emotional poem that as the title suggests explores the death of a marriage as the consequence of the death of a child. It reveals that discoveries can be confrontational and emotional. Frost utilises dialogue to portray the couples inability to communicate their grief.
As this is the longest poem we are studying we have broken this episode up into two episodes. In this episode we discuss the context of the poem.
It is a great idea to have a copy of the poem in front of you: Home Burial
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