The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost Essay

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The Road Not Taken Robert Frost is considered one of the most influential poets in his time period. He written many poems and overcome many challenge in is life time. One of the most famous poems by Robert Frost is the road not taken. The road not taken was written to be funny and also explain the road he took during the time of his struggle. It also show’s his strength and his bravery within the poem. Throughout the poem Frost was face with choice he has to make, loneliness, an act of regret, and color in is life. We will analyze the characteristic base on the time period and the words choice he used in the poem the road not taken. Frost live through two major war ww1 and ww2 both which are two of the most deadliest war in the world. Frost 's firstborn son, Elliot, died of cholera in 1900. After his death, Elinor gave birth to four more children: Irma (1903), who later developed mental illness; and Elinor (1907), who died just weeks after she was born. Additionally, during that time, Frost and Elinor attempted several endeavors, including poultry farming, all of which were fairly unsuccessful. He moved his family to a New Hampshire on a farm property that his grandfather had purchased for them in which he attempted to build life for the next 12 years. This was a good and peaceful time for Frost 's writing, but it was not a pleasant time for frost personal life. In 1912 he decides to move to England and also sold their property this where Frost life began to take a…

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