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The poet wants to make the humanity aware that everything will end one day as a result of human misdeeds. The poet says that both fire and ice are destructive. Fire of violent desires will put the world to an end. If the world had to perish twice then it will be-perished by- the hatred between man and man. The novel focuses on the fantasy world of Westeros where different royal families are fighting to reach and be the ruler of Seven Kingdoms by winning a strange seat called the Iron Throne.
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He says that hatred and desire are two emotions, which, if not controlled, would lead to the end of the world. Likewise, fire and ice are two elements in nature, which is under the control of human beings. So, if we misuse them, it, too, could lead to the destruction of everything around us. He also tells us that the cause of this devastating end would be fire or ice. The poet also creates imagery of the two elements, comparing them to the emotions of hatred and desire. Frost notes that human desires are often evil and have destructive qualities, just like fire. Similarly, the poet also draws a comparison between ice and hatred, saying that hate is as cold as ice.
Teaching the poem,"Fire and Ice" Teaching the poem,"Fire and Ice" by Robert Frost Lesson plan by Jane Berman Objectives: To enable the students to see how poetry illuminates the human condition, thus encouraging them to reflect upon their own lives. To expose the students to modern American poetry. To encourage the students' own creativity.
The metaphor, in which the universe mirrors the human soul, has two contrasting components: fire and ice, the personal and the cosmic, the real and the theoretical, desire and hate. Its narrative voice is Frost as the flinty, laconic New Englander, not prone to exaggeration or emotive outburst. Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice. It is a simple poem, a mere nine lines—fifty-one words.
Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice. Published in December in Harper's Magazine  and in in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book New Hampshire , "Fire and Ice" is one of Frost's best-known and most anthologized poems. In an anecdote he recounted in in a "Science and the Arts" presentation, prominent astronomer Harlow Shapley claims to have inspired "Fire and Ice". Shapley responded that either the sun will explode and incinerate the Earth, or the Earth will somehow escape this fate only to end up slowly freezing in deep space.
- Она вздохнула. - Быть может, придется ждать, пока Дэвид не найдет копию Танкадо. Стратмор посмотрел на нее неодобрительно. - Если Дэвид не добьется успеха, а ключ Танкадо попадет в чьи-то руки… Коммандеру не нужно было договаривать. Сьюзан и так его поняла.
Мидж кивнула. В глубине души она понимала, что абсурдно обвинять в нерадивости Стратмора, который был беззаветно предан своему делу и воспринимал все зло мира как свое личное. Попрыгунчик был любимым детищем коммандера, смелой попыткой изменить мир. Увы, как и большинство других поисков божества, она закончилась распятием. - Хорошо, - сказала. - Я немного погорячилась. - Немного? - Глаза Бринкерхоффа сузились.
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By Robert Frost. Some say the world will end in fire,. Some say in ice. From what I've tasted of desire. I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice.Reply
It was written and published in , shortly after WWI, and weighs up the probability of two differing apocalyptic scenarios represented by the elements of the poem's title.Reply