The use of symbolism in the poem ‘Fire and Ice’ conveys the poet’s message effectively. Expand with reference to the poem.
Robert Frost is popular for his ability to compare nature with human emotion, ultimately drawing the moral. The sonnet Fire and Ice is similarly symbolic. In this sonnet, the author says that the most dangerous things that destroy the world are fire and ice.The fire here, however, represents desire and rudeness and the ice represents the contempt and quickness of the relationship. As the author has indicated, both these mistakes will destroy the human race as lust drives a person to bark and thus despise.
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