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Explication of Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken"

Summary: Robert Frost's poem "The Road Not Taken" describes the path of a solitary traveler who pauses his travels in an effort to correctly choose his fate. Several factors define not only the traveler's life, but all people's lives as well.
The Explication of "The Road Not Taken"

There will always be times in life when a decision that defines destiny and alters the course must ultimately be decided. Life is road, and Robert Frost, the author of "The Road Not Taken," describes the path of a solitary traveler who pauses his travels in effort of correctly choosing his fate. In Frost's allegory of a traveler's choice of roads, there are several factors that define the traveler's as well as every person's life. Life is not always about the road taken, but sometime the road not taken.

Robert Frost can be construed as an ambivalent author considering that the title of his poem seemingly contradicts the four stanzas to follow. It is difficult to determine if the title is a sign that the traveler in the poem regrets the decision about the road less traveled, or if the title...

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