Vitality and Eternal Relevance of Frost’s Poetry In Robert Frost’s poem, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” from his book entitled New Hampshire, the poet descriptively evokes a bucolic New England winter ambience (which Frost knew quite intimately) and utilizes a simple narrative soliloquy centering around a rural traveler, who is.
Robert Frost Essay. The Vantage Point Robert Frost’s poem The Vantage Point tells of a man who is lost in the world of people so seeks refuge in nature. A vantage point is a viewpoint from which someone is able to see a wide range of things. The vantage point in the poem is where the man goes to watch the human world while remaining separate from it.