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    hope is very hard to kill or get rid of and it shows that hope is eternal and it is everywhere. In the last line, it states that hope is beneficial and requires nothing. The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a poem that talks about Frost’s choices in life. The entire poem is a metaphor that takes place in a yellow forest with a road diverging into two paths, choices in life. Frost has a hard time choosing between the paths. Frost wants to take the better path but he is unsure of which is better and randomly

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    In analyzing the poem 'The Road Not Taken'; by Robert Frost, it represents 'the classic choice of a moment and a lifetime.';(pg 129) He relies much on the reflections of nature to convey his theme. However, this poem seems to be in essence very simple but opens the door for many interpretations. In using a simple fork in a road, Frost writes much to symbolize life and choices in which one will make. Frost uses unique ability to see an ordinary, everyday activity to portray such a theme. By using

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    Many times literary works are talked about and without bias, even though a writer may have created a story or poem to mean something else but the reader response may create in their own mind a meaning and disapprove of the author meaning. From time to time we rather take paths that are not right for us rather than taking the one we like better, all because someone else thinks we should travel down that path, maybe setting goals in life that are not your own choice, choosing friend that aren’t right

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    “The Road Not Taken” By: Robert Frost “The Road Not Taken” is a poem about Robert Frost reflecting on a personal experience. He talks about the time when he had to make a tough decision. With the evidence gathered up, it seems as if he regretted the outcome of his decision and he is curious as to see whether the other choice could have been better or not. This is a very intellectual poem that could leave people in suspense. For a first time reader, you would never be able to tell if Frost actually

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    On 'The Road Not Taken'

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    On "The Road Not Taken" Most people believe that "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost was written to inspire people to be different, and to not follow the majority. However, the poem was actually written to gently tease one of Frost's good friends, and fellow poet, Edward Thomas. Frost and Thomas would take walks in the woods together, and Thomas would take Frost down one path and later regret not choosing a different path. This would lead one to believe that Frost is actually ridiculing the

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    Critical essay for “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, Because it was grassy and wanted wear: Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same. And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads to way, I doubted

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    The poem “The Road Not Taken,” Robert Frost employs personification to illustrate the literal scene of the poem. The personas vision as a Pilgrim Traveler, on a road with outlooks pointing in two directions that symbolize a fork in the road. Both of roads leads to two different types of a life style, and to choose the right road will make the difference. In the first stanza the personification shows “Two roads diverged,” in to choose which road to travel. While in the second stanza the personified

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    “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is arguably one of the most well-known and celebrated pieces of poetry. Many people attribute the “the fork in the road” as a choice between two decisions. Since one can only take one road, there is always a road that is not taken. Over time, you may look back and think about “The road not taken”. The first stanza of the poem states: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood | And sorry I could not travel both | And be one traveler, long I stood | And looked down one

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    The Road Not Taken

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    for Frost is that he has the power of standing still where he is.” There is never a straight road there are always curves and turns in which one must encounter and act upon. Readers can interpret the poem “The Road Not Taken” in many ways. It is a persons past, present and the way one see things, which determines their choices and paths they follow. This poem shows how Frost believes that it is the road that you choose that makes you the person you are. Decisions are always hard to make. It is impossible

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    The road not taken

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    Life is a long road, where there is a lot of obstacles to go through and decisions to make, even if it is really hard sometimes because it plays with our future. Every choice we make, guides us to a different destiny and often leaves us in doubt, asking ourselves constantly questions starting with "what if?". Would not it be nice to always have signs to tell us which road to take when we face important decisions? Unfortunately, most of the time there is not, probably because we have to find out what

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