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Steven Simons Crossroads The paths people choose to follow throughout life come with happiness and some regrets Greasy Lake by T Coraghessan Boyle is a story of how three boys chose the wrong path for themselves and had to learn the hard way They chose the path that everyone else had chosen The narrator in the story states that they think that they are rebels This is the type of society in which they live They rebel against anything with authority they want to show that they do what they want when they want They were following society and letting themselves be influenced by what was popular at the time The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a poem that further uses this theory of following the path that everyone else chooses This is what connects these two pieces If you read both pieces you will see that by reading and understanding the piece by Frost it will further help you to understand the Boyle piece It will also allow you to apply the themes of these pieces to everyday life and real life situations The Road Not Taken is a story of how a person Ill refer to the person as he came to a crossroads in life He had a decision to make should he choose the path that is overly used or does he take the one that is grassy full of undergrowth and less traveled Unlike the boys in Greasy Lake the man in this story is having a hard time deciding on what path to take He is trying to figure out which one is less traveled by This is a hard and confusing process to him He has a hard time judging which path is the one that is less traveled by He examines both paths and chooses to take the one that was grassy and wanted wear This is
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