Dust of Snow Class 10 Notes


Much of Robert Frost’s poetry is based on small incidents of everyday life. This poem, being not an exception, depicts a common incident in the life of the poet. The poet was sitting under a hemlock tree in a gloomy mood ruing his day. Then suddenly a crow shakes the hemlock tree and the snow falls on the poet. The snow thus saves some part of the day from being spoiled.

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