Comparison: Ginsberg, Frost, Eastwood

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In Ginsberg’s poem, he mentions “tired souls hunched over”. He chose the word ‘soul’ as opposed to using other terms like ‘body’ or ‘people’ and the term ‘soul’ commonly conveys a persons essence or spirit, especially after death. So he uses this term to permeate the poem with an element or feeling of something dark and bleak analogous to death...
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So he uses this term to permeate the poem with an element or feeling of something dark and bleak analogous to death. In Robert Frost’s poem, the title of the poem is repeated in the first and last line as if to highlight or emphasize the “acquaintance with the night” theme. Both in literature and in general the night is associated with literal darkness and figurative darkness both of which convey a bleak time where goodness is absent but bleakness looms and the ultimate manifestation of figurative darkness is death so here again we see this aspect of gloom or despair...
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