”, our speaker had come to a fork on the path in the woods. The wood’s had fallen and the leaves of it were started to change the colors. He was confused with which way to go, and the wishes that he could go to the both ways. Then he looked down to one path which seems like taking too far away, so he had decided to take another path. He also thinks that the path he had decided to take was not quite as worn as another path. He should chose a proper and a less travelled road for reaching his destination or else it may take a long time to reach the destination. But the paths were about the same when speaking really, then the fallen leaves on both side looks very pretty and fresh. The speaker of the poem reflects on how he was planned to take the road that he should not take another day, but he suspects that he will probably never come back. Instead of that it may take too long in the future. The meaning of the poem was that the no roads can be travelled less. Actually, the decision was there is no right path but it was just the chosen path and the other path. When he reaches his destination he will feel like he had a great twist in his life. Finally, he was talking about how his how his decision path had ended and how it was changing his life. The theme of the poem may be seize the day. The attraction of the poem was its archetypal dilemma. These are about the meaning of the selected literary work, using the analytical approach.
Clugston, R. W. (2010). Journey into literature. San Diego, California: Bridge point Education, IncAttachments Robert Frost (2002), The Road Not Taken, Henry Holt And Company Publications Of Data, ISBN=0805069836. Frank Mclynn (2012), The Road Not Taken, British Library Publications Of Data, ISBN=1446449351. Shmoop (2010), The Road Not Taken, Shmoop University Publications Of Data, ISBN=1610622405. Clugston, R. W. (2010). Journey into literature. San Diego, California: Bridge point Education, IncAttachments
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