West Running Brook is a notable literary work by Robert Frost. A complete discussion of this literary work is given, which will help you enhance your literary skills and prepare for the exam. Read the main text, key info, Summary, Themes, Characters, Literary Devices, Quotations, Notes, to various questions of West Running Brook.
West Running Brook By Robert Frost (1874-1963) 'Fred, where is north?' 'North? North is there, my love. The brook runs west.' 'West-running Brook then call it.' (West-Running Brook men call it to this day.) 'What does it think k's doing running west When all the other country brooks flow east To reach the ocean? It must be the brook Can trust itself to go by contraries The way I can with you -- and you with me -- Because we're -- we're -- I don't know what we are. What are we?' 'Young or new?' 'We must be something. [...]