Essay heading: "Death of a Hired Man" by Robert Frost Textual Analysis
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February 14, 2001
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3 / 789
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This emphasises the impact of Silas death and what it means to the couple. The bluntness of his reaction gives a feeling of grief and disbelief.
Family & Friendship
This poem reverses the idea of ?blood being thicker then water'. Silas doesn't seem to have a close relationship with his brother, but he is more comfortable with Warren and Mary his employers ...
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"Silas has walked that far no doubt to-day.
Why didn't he go there? His brother's rich,
A somebody- director in the bank.'"
Even though they have had their ups and downs the couple are still willing to take in Silas and look after him, even though Silas won't admit it. This is shown when Mary says "'No, but he hurt my heart the way he lay
And rolled his old head on that sharp-edged chair-back...
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