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The poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is very unique The poem is main theme is individualism The poem also uses a literary technique called imagery Another aspect of this poem is that speaker is faced with two choices throughout the poem These two choices are woven through the poem by the use of metaphors Throughout the poem The Road Not Taken the speaker would rather be an individual than follow the crowd In the quotation from this poem I took the one less traveled by and that made all the difference This further explains why the speaker is trying to be an individual rather than follow the crowd The speaker says that two roads look just as good but the one his chose was a little less worn down and less traveled and being an individual made all the difference In the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost he uses nature to create an image of choices that the speaker encounters in the poem This imagery is like the poem Identity by Julio Noboa Polanco because they both use nature to help you imagine what is really going on In the quote to where it bent in undergrowth which means that the two choices were hard to see where they lead instead of the literal meaning of low growing plants Imagery can be used effectively so you can really imagine what is going on There are many choices the speaker in The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost could be about One of the choices could be a job One of the jobs could be a boring but a highly paid job Meanwhile the other could be less paid than the other but tons more exciting The higher paid job could be the road traveled by people other road could be the road that the speaker took A different choice could be whatever to move or the stay
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