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The Continuity of Journeys

Summary: Essay deals with the concept of physical journeys and how Robert Frost depicts this notion as a catalyst for other journeys mainly incorporating inner and imaginary journeys.
A journey implies encountering different forms of obstacles which hinder continuity. A physical journey allows people who challenge themselves, the reward to developing physically, intellectually and emotionally as they respond to challenges. Sometimes, journeys may have repercussions since the impact and effect of the journey continues long after the journey has been completed. The poems, `The Road Not Taken,' and `Migrant hostel,' and the feature article, "Out Of Iraq," all imply certain ramifications where the persona learns the nature of the journey.

Robert Frost's poem, `The Road Not Taken,' describes the non-cyclic nature of physical journeys where one decision leads to another decision. Frost creates an extended metaphor, "Two roads diverged" as the decision to be made. The rhyming pattern in the poem, ABAAB, represents a journey where dilemmas will occur. These dilemmas hinder the continuous nature of journeys. Rhyme in the poem...

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