Summary Of The Mundane Metaphors

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The author uses rather mundane metaphors for the depiction of life, decisions and crises, introduced with woods, roads and fork. The fork can be withal the symbol fate and free will, as people are in liberty to decide whatever they optate, though they cannot ken in advance the true alternatives they were selecting from, as well as the future consequences of their

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