Prior to the first act, an induction frames the play as a "kind of history" played in front of a befuddled drunkard named Christopher Sly who is tricked into believing that he is a lord. The play is performed in order to distract Sly from his "wife," who is actually Bartholomew, a servant, dressed as a woman. In the play performed for Sly, the "shrew" is Katherina, the eldest daughter of Baptista Minola, a lord in Padua.
Pine trees are, of course, coniferous, and they do not shed their needles in the fall but keep them all year round. Apple trees are deciduous, and they shed their leaves in the fall, growing apple blossoms in the spring and then apples in the summer and The speaker tells us that his neighbor on the other side of the wall has a grove of pine trees while his own property contains an apple orchard.
Apple trees are deciduous, and they shed their leaves in the fall, growing apple blossoms in the spring and then apples in the summer and early fall.
Pine trees seem so serious and dour compared to the joyful burst of flowers put forth by apple trees, as though they are quite prim compared to the apple trees that grow flowers, then fruit, the lose their leaves, then do it all again. When the narrator says that "Spring is the mischief in [him]" a few lines later, it makes it seem as though the apple trees symbolize him, while the pine trees symbolize his neighbor.
They shed leaves and flowers and fruit, and they live lives that seem full of excitement and change; just like their flowers and fruit burst forth from them, the narrator doesn't mind change and resents the idea of confinement.
Pine trees, on the other hand, don't really change much and appear orderly and rather straightforward, by comparison; they seem so much like the neighbor who also seems serious and orderly and wants his boundary so meticulously maintained.Presentation will be useful in..
Write a note on Robert Frost as a nature poet.
Write a note on Robert Frost’s use of symbols in his poems. Evaluated frost poetryTheme Robert Frost Poetry is modernist Arts.. 4. ROBERT FROST’S THEMES Frost’s poems deal with man in relation with the universe.
Robert Frost wrote his poems before scholars and readers became widely interested in tracing themes of personal and cultural identity through an author’s work.
Nevertheless, these themes can be. Loneliness is one of Frost's most profound themes throughout his poetry.
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