The rocks that make the wall
“Mending Wall” is a narrative about two neighbours who meet each other during every spring in order to repair a stone wall which creates the division among their properties. This narrative was written by Robert Frost. The theme of this poem revolves around the wall and how both the neighbours perceive each other. During the spring of every year, the narrator contacts his older neighbour and they walk the wall as well as to replace the walls which have fallen.
The narrator of the story thinks that his neighbour is less enlightened than he is and calls his neighbour by the name of “an Old-stone savage”. The narrator is the one who instigates the mending every year and also states that he would never do something mindlessly like his neighbour.
1. The most influential and powerful members of a political party are most likely found
2. Why did President Reagan call for soviet leader Gorbachev to “tear down” the Berlin wall?
Grade: High School
Chapter: Mending Wall
Keywords: Mending Wall, Neighbour, Narrator, Replace, Rocks, Mending, Instigate, Old-Stone, Mindlessly, Fallen.