What “mischief” does the speaker do in the poem Mending Wall by Robert Frost?
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The speaker’s mischief is to question the traditional saying delivered by his neighbour ‘good fences make good neighbours.’ So he questions how good neighbours are made by walls. Walls are supposed to keep cows separately but not human beings.