What Is The Meaning Of The Road Not Taken

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In “The Road Not Taken” Robert Frost created a poem that takes the readers to a road that is split in two and decides which road to take. The author view the road as far as he could which resembled the same and wanted to choose the road that is least taken. Robert wanted his readers to view it as he took the road the is least taken, but what Robert really is trying to say have made his reader mislead the poem. “The Road Not Taken” is one of the classic with the trick in carries to hide it’s true meaning.
Robert Frost poem made it simple for readers; he wanted to make the readers think that he is on a road that continues in a straight road, but splitted into two road, and wanted to travel on a road that is least taken by others people. The poem
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Readers may have also ignore the words in the poem, and Nathan described what words he should have used, and looks deeper into the poem. He noticed how some of the words like the word road, should have used the word path instead. Nathan believes if a poet writes about being on a road that splits in two while walking in a park, the poet should have used path, not road. Nathan knows for a fact that the word “road” would be best used for a type of topic that is involved with any type of vehicles that with wheels or tracks. The word “path” would best be used in a topic related to parks or a path that is created for people to walk on. Even though both would not make a difference, Nathan still see more issues with the poem. He insults Frost for the last line “And that has all made the different” due to the kind of cliff it carries. Leaving the readers wonders if Frost simply took a path least taken with the leaves on more on one path then the other. Nathan describes how the word “I” and the word “road” have the same relation, and the word “this” and “that” relates to the path that splits. The source is useful to those that wishes to learn more about the poem and why some of the words Frost use in his poem “The Road Not Taken” are misused, and the letters and words being …show more content…
Christina wants to show her audience what the stanzas are saying that Frost make the readers avoid the hidden meaning. She sees some phrases in the poem “equally laid” and “just as fair” are the same. Frost may have used unnecessary phrase in his poem to give it a smooth transition or to make the poem sound more soothing. The source from Christina have proven that some of the phrases in his poem are unnecessary and readers misinterpret him as a professional

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