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The destination is where a person may gain a limited amount of information but it is the inner journey or human experience that forms who people are today This is shown in the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost a cartoon from the book You me by Michael Leunig the stimulus texts The Town Where Time Stands Still by Shirley Geok-lin Lim Journey to the Interior by Margaret Atwood The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost The poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening represents the journey of life It tells the story of the person looking at the woods but it goes deeper The woods are symbolic for death losing all responsibilities In other words deciding wether to just drop everything a person has worked hard for as well as all their responsibilities die or to live on work hard accept all the responsibilities life has to offer It basically shows the choice people have to make during certain points of their lives In the text the persona decides to live on due to the fact he has responsibilities to meet he has a promise to keep on living The repetition in the lines And miles to go before I sleep And miles to go before I sleep emphasises the life choice that people have to meet their responsibilities continue on their chosen path It also shows the amount of time the persona has left could also emphasise the many life journeys the persona has to do before he can die The darkest evening frozen lake symbolises isolation coldness It shows that really in life people are isolated alone when dealing with decisions choices that determine someones life journey This links to the alliteration as it dit also describes and analyses a life journey The alliteration in the line dark
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