Robert Francis (August 12, 1901; Upland, Pennsylvania – July 13, 1987) was an American poet who lived most of his life in Amherst, Massachusetts.
In Robert Francis' poem “The Hound,” the writer creates a sense of fear by comparing how mysterious and unpredictable dogs are to life using an extended ...
Jan 29, 2008 ... by Robert Francis. Life the hound. Fquivocul Comes at a bound. Either to rend me. Or to befieud me. I cannot tell. The round's intent. Till he has ...
Life the hound. Equivocal Comes at a bound. Either to rend me. Or to befriend me . I cannot tell. The hound's intent. Till he has sprung
Period 6. The Hound. By: Robert Francis. Life the hound. Equivocal. Comes at me bound. Either to rend me. Or to befriend me. 5. I cannot tell. The hound's intent.
The Hound By Robert Francis (1901-1987) Life the hound Equivocal Comes at a bound Either to rend me Or to befriend me. I cannot tell The hound's intent Till ...
"The Hound". By Robert Francis. The Hound. Life the hound. Equivocal. Comes at a bound. Either to rend me. Or to befriend me. I cannot tell. The hound's intent.
Robert Francis was born in Upland, Pennsylvania, and studied at Harvard. Although he taught at workshops and lectured at universities across the United States ...
By Robert Francis. The meaning of the words: Hound: dog. Equivocal: difficult to understand or to explain. Bound: jump. Befriend: friend. To rend: to turn.