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1. Robert Frost’s 1923 poem, “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening,” provides the perspective of death, itself. 2. Robert Frost’s 1923 poem, “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening,” is Santa Clause’s perspective, on Christmas Eve. 3. Robert Frost’s 1923 poem, “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening,” is from the perspective of a horse carrying a man on a journey. ASSIGNMENTChoose one of the three thesis statements above. (Remember, for future reference, a thesis statement is one clear sentence that provides all the information — writer, title, and point of the essay.) Then, provide three direct quotes from the poem, and explain how they prove this thesis. You may do this in bullet form, after providing the thesis statement. Share your direct quotes, explain their meaning within the larger whole of the text and how they prove your listed point. Remember, every single aspect of the argument provided in the thesis must be proven. So, if you were to choose #2, the Christmas Eve element would have to be proven as well as the Santa part which appears right before it.

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