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The Road Not Taken

Summary: The Road Not Taken is a poem that is a metaphor about the time and consideration it takes a person to make a decision when. According to the biography of Robert Frost, Frost made decisions that changed his life completely. In The Road Not Taken, Frost uses the path as a metaphor for life in general.
Who is Robert Frost, and how does The Road Not Taken symbolize with his life? Frost was a simple man. He also made decisions that the ordinary person would not have made. Frost left Harvard University and spent ten years of his life on his farm in Massachusetts writing his poetry. He then went to England to get his poetry published. Frost took his time writing his poetry, he also used simple descriptive words to make his point, which in The Road Not Taken is about the process of making important decisions. Frost always said that he wrote, for the enjoyment of his reader, but also to teach them a lesson.

The Road Not Taken is a poem that is a metaphor about the time and consideration it takes a person to make a decision when. According to the biography of Robert Frost, Frost made decisions that changed...

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