Robert Frostís poetic images and topics changed as a result of the depression. Reflected in Robert Frostís poetry lie the feelings and concerns of Americans, expressed through different poetic images and topics. As compared to Robert Frostís earlier work, which focused on man and nature, Frostís poems during the Great Depression, shift poetic images and topics to the relationship between man and man. Later in Frostís life, after the depression,
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showed last 75 words of 1957 total
as shown in his writing. The switch of his general images and main topics witch is unarguably due to the depression.
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