Explain symbolism in the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost?
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It is a symbolic poem. The most dominant symbols are A) The woods. It stands for Nature in general and its mystery which has so many effects upon human beings. B) The little horse. It stands as a reminder of reality when the traveller loses himself in reverie. C) Snow. Apart from realism, it stands for the mystery which fills the scene of Nature. D) Sleep. It stands for death, or as many critics say a death wish which one occasionally feels in between the rigidity of responsibilities.