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Robert Frost’s Mending Wall and Roger Rosenblatt’s A Game of Catch Humans have an uncanny ability to place themselves at a comfortable distance from each other and call it a “mutual understanding,” a “friendship,” or even “true love,” but it is all lies. The essence of man’s mystery is somewhat of a paradox. He yearns to become more familiar with those around him, yet he is unwilling to allow this to happen. The power of "Mending Wall," one of Frost's most often quoted poems, rests upon an opposition. Its two famous lines contradict each other.
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Wilson has also married several times, having two children, one each from separate marriages (Galens 181). One of Wilson‘s most prominent dramas is Fences, in which he strongly deals with the issues of civil rights he struggled with in his life. The ―fences‖ in the play are a representation of blockages in the relationships of the characters‘ family ties and their racial issues. The actual fence in the play was built with the intention to keep the family together while the title word ―fences‖ has a different meaning, that is, to impede movement or departure of individuals, families, or ethnicities. Robert Frost wrote of fences in his poem ―Mending Wall‖ showing how fences are designed to keep people in or out and how that separation m... ... middle of paper ... ...ghout his career was heavily affected by racism; however, it is that racism and hardship which helped him to form a foundation for some of the most significant modern drama ever.
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