Road Not Taken

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English

 

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Martha E

 

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February 1, 2017

 

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Frost has further added to the drama of the decision in that both paths are desirable with "and sorry I could not travel both." Frost implies that the path to be chosen is a personal decision in "and be one traveler." In describing the two paths, Frost uses reverse language to describe. The first path was "bent in the undergrowth," meaning it was well worn with no opportunity for overgrowth...
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The first path was "bent in the undergrowth," meaning it was well worn with no opportunity for overgrowth. The second path was "grassy and wanted wear" meaning it was overgrown and lacked wear (or a path). Frost foreshadows his decision by his use of language in describing those two paths. With both roads or paths equal, ultimately a decision must be made with no regret is the meaning Frost is providing in "And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black...
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