Interpreting Robert Frost's 'Fire and Ice' Poem

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What do some people believe about how the world will end?

In fire

What do some people hold with in terms of the world's end?

Those who favour fire

What would happen if the world had to 'perish twice' according to the text?

It would end in fire and then in ice

What does the text suggest about 'lust' in relation to the world's end?

It represents desire for destruction

What does Robert Frost imply about 'hate' and 'destruction'?

'Hate' is related to fire and 'destruction' is related to ice

Explore the themes and meaning behind Robert Frost's poem 'Fire and Ice'. Delve into the personification, alliteration, and contrast of desire and hatred portrayed in the poem.

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