The frost performs its secret ministry samuel taylor coleridge is the premier poet critic of modern english tradition distinguished for the scope and influence of his thinking about literature as much as for his innovative verse. Frost at midnight is a poem by samuel taylor coleridge written in february 1798 part of the conversation poems the poem discusses coleridges childhood experience in a negative manner and emphasizes the need to be raised in the countryside. Frost at midnight is meant to provoke you to do the same thing to analyze your own relationship with nature the universe and everything else of course you might have a take thats totally at odds with coleridge you might love barbed wire fences but totally hate trees for example. A summary of frost at midnight in samuel taylor coleridges coleridges poetry learn exactly what happened in this chapter scene or section of coleridges poetry and what it means perfect for acing essays tests and quizzes as well as for writing lesson plans. In frost at midnight coleridge forges poetic patterns to represent the workings of memory and imagination as he describes the frost he poetically mimics its recurring shapes looked at closely frost patterns vary somewhat but repeat the same basic designs branching up the window replicating themselves
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