The Dark Beauty Of Pi And Stopping By The Woods On A Snowy Evening

1133 Words Dec 9th, 2015 5 Pages
Discoveries are defined as new understanding that alter our lives and add richness and value through contemplation of others and ourselves. This helps underpin the concept that ourselves and others around us are constantly changing, and while through these discoveries occurs. Realistic poet Robert Frost through his poems “mending wall” and “stopping by the woods on a snowy evening” contract traditional standpoints between the contempary film “ life of pi” by Ang Lee conveying the capacity for discovery to be universal. These are explored through the themes of nature, companionship and death, which develop upon our new understanding to alter life’s perceptions.

Death alters the way we perceive discovery, which can ultimately vary our lives to add richness and value to new understandings. Furthermore this helps provide a means of survival through fantasy while contrastly conveying ones proximity to death with reluctance through responsibly. Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening shows that discoveries can be fresh and intensely meaningful. The first line of stanza 4 suggests reason as to why the personas silence. The dark beauty of the forest and the promise of tranquility are prompted with the use of three simple adjectives “lovely, Dark, Deep” although he woods invitation to stay is rejected by life’s draw. This conveys that the personas life journey is not completed and is compelled to continue through the dichotomy of social obligation against this world of peace and…
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