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Diction in "THE ROAD NOT TAKEN" by Robert Frost
Robert Frost's "THE ROAD NOT TAKEN" talks about the everyday choices that one makes while traveling down the road of life. In the first stanza the speaker introduces the poem by saying "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood"This is interesting because it is suggests that there are two "actual" roads, as opposed to figurative roads. Then the speaker goes on to say "And sorry I could not travel both"This is one of the most powerful lines in the poem; because no matter whom the reader is they will relate to the feeling of regret, and sadness over a missed opportunity. When one reads something t…
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