Analysis of "The Road Not Taken"
Robert Frost's poem, "The Road Not Taken" is a poem that depicts the narrator standing in the woods. He is faced with a fork in the roads, and has to choose to travel one of them. Both of the paths are equally worn. The narrator contemplates a long time and chooses "the more traveled one", making a note to himself that he would take the other path later. Yet, he knows that the probability of that is unlikely. In the end, he concludes with a sigh that if he had the chance, he would take the less-traveled road.
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