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Students will be able to explain and give examples of specific poetry terms, determine the theme and central meaning of a poem, and connect it to The Outsiders.


Created by Heather Marshall Remixed by Kevin Feramisco Poetry Analysis Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Consider the title of the poem carefully.


Used in Robert Frost's poem, "Nothing gold can stay." as well as the book/movie, Outsiders when Johnny Cade tells Ponyboy to "Stay Gold"


Understanding Robert Frost's Poem in “The Outsiders”. NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY. Nature's first green is gold,. Her hardest hue to hold.


- Johnny wanted Ponyboy to stay young, stay innocent. The poem. The Greasers. Nature's first green is gold,. Her hardest hue to hold.


Jan 9, 2016 ... ... Outsiders, the dying Johnny Cade speaks the words, “Stay Gold” to ... its a reference to a Robert Frost poem, “Nothing Gold Can Stay”, ...


The Robert Frost poem Ponyboy recites to ... “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” ...


Sep 23, 2014 ... Yes, the line's from a famous Frost poem. Nature's first green is gold. Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour.


Nothing Gold Can Stay. Robert Frost, 1874 - 1963. Nature's first green is gold,. Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower;. But only so an hour.


Jul 7, 2020 ... The line we all remembered was 'Stay gold, Ponyboy,' which references a poem by Robert Frost. Having the phrase come back now is the usual ...


This thesis discusses the meaning transformation of the word 'gold' from ''Nothing Gold Can Stay'' by Robert Frost to the phrase 'stay gold' in The&...