Symbolism in"The Road Not Taken"
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A look at the use of symbolism in Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken". The author describes how Frost is successful in using the road as the symbol of life and the traveler as a person in pursuit of knowledge and alternatives that life holds.
From the Paper:"Man faces choices in life, and often the outcome of those choices is unpredictable. Although man makes the choices voluntarily, he is melancholic about the ones not made. This is the central theme in "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost, who extensively uses symbols to show how life always brings alternatives."
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