Why does the poet use the word ‘woods’ instead of ‘forest’ in Robert Frost’s poem ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’, especially when he says it was ‘deep’?
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Woods are generally smaller than a forest. So it probably was not a big forest but the woods covering a small area. The word ‘deep’ here refers to mystery and sensuous aspect of nature. It is not to be taken literally.
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