“Design” by Robert Frost and “Wing-Spread” by Abbie Huston
Site 1: "Abbie Huston Evans." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 16 Feb. 2013. Web. 02 Mar. 2013.
Reasoning: This site helps define Abbie Hustons writing style and goes into detail about her
previous work after writing “Wing-Spread”. It also gives examples and several links mentioning
Abbie Huston, or her work.
Site 2: "Analysis of "Design" Written by Robert Frost." Yahoo! Contributor Network. N.p., n.d. Web.
02 Mar. 2013.
Reasoning: This is an analysis of the poem “Design”, this will help me better understand the
poem and all of its underlying meanings. It will also help me have a better view on how to
compare and contrast the two poems (“Design” and “Wing-Spread” )
Site 3: "Design." By Robert Frost. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Mar. 2013
Reasoning: This is an online source containing the poem “Design” by Robert Frost.
This will help me have easier access to the poem for citing purposes, and so I would not have to
flip back and forth between pages for each poem.
Site 4: Kennedy, X. J., and Dana Gioia. "Writing About a Poem." Literature an Introduction to Fiction,
Poetry, Drama and Writing. New York: Pearson-Longman, 2010. 1952-955. Print.
Reasoning: This source will help me better my essay. It explains how to write about poems, and
helps you learn how to compare and contrast poems in essay form. I need this source because
my essays have obviously gone downhill since last semester.
Site 5: "Wing-Spread by Abbie Huston Evans The Midge Spins out Toâ¦ | Berliegurl on Xanga."
Wing-Spread by Abbie Huston Evans The Midge Spins out Toâ¦. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Mar.
Reasoning: This is an online reference for the poem “Wing-Spread” by Abbie Huston, this
source also goes into detail explaining the underlying meanings in the poem. I can use this
source not only for easier access to the poem but also for a more in depth view of the poem.
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