Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken"

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Title: Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken"
 
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
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Date: July 1, 2009
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In the third line of this stanza, yet knowing that he will probably never have the chance to come back, the narrator makes a judgment to just go for it. As this is such a difficult choice for him, he knows he must force himself to take the path. If he does not he will never make the choice...
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If he does not he will never make the choice. If the two roads were indeed the roads of life, then they would have each held something different for the traveler. By not taking one it makes all the difference in the world, because you have lived your life in accordance to a certain path, and if you did not take that road the outcome would be totally different...
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