Essay: Home Burial
In Home Burial, Robert Frost depicts the death of a child and a marriage. The man in the poem is poor at communicating with his wife. Whenever his wife tries to talk to him, he erupts in anger. He says, “There you go sneering now” (60) when his wife questions why he doesn’t seem moved by their young child’s death. He is also insensitive to the woman’s feelings. In anger, he questions her by retorting, “God, what a woman! And it has come to this” (64). This shows his frustrations with the wife.
The woman is also poor at communication. She knows her husband is irritable and quick to anger, “My words are nearly always an offense” (38) but instead of confronting it with him, she seeks solace elsewhere. She is not ready to reason with him even if he pleads. Rather, she says, “I must get out of here. I must get air” (29). She leaves amidst her husband’s pleas.
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