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– ROBERT FROST
Q.1.Why does the poet tell his neighbor that they do not need a wall between them and how does his neighbor respond to his statement?
Ans. There were no cows there to wander into the neighbour’s field and destroy the crop. Therefore , the poet tells his neighbor that they do not need a wall between them . the neighbor responds to his statement saying . good fences make good neighbours.
Q.2.”Good fences make good neighbours” . Explain the meaning of this statement in the context of ‘Mending the Wall’.
Ans. The poet is of modern views . he does not move in the inner darkness of narrow mindedness . He is open hearted. Howevewr his neighbor is dark hearted. He fears that the poet’s apple trees will get across his orchard and eat the cones under his pines . the cow may enter his fields and damage the crops . He sticks to his ancestral and traditional views . Twice in the lesson he says ‘Good fences make good neighbours’ . It means he is a savage. He believes that the fences are a sure remedy against quarrels , misgivings, bickerings and mental differences . He does not mind the physical pain and labour in building the fence . No encroachment or trespassing would be possible then .