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Robert Frosts Use of Nature In His Poetry In most poetry and literature people can pick out certain characteristics that tend to appear ineach piece of the authors work In the work of Robert Frost he has certain ideas and themes thatcan be found in many of his creations of literature Nature is one theme that seems to play amajor role in the poetry he writes He tends to use nature to symbolize something that has to dowith human life or situations that humans face There is usually a deeper meaning buried in hiswork In the poem The Road Not Taken nature comes into play when he introduces to the readertwo separate paths that the speaker comes upon in the woods The speaker is faced with thedecision of which path he will choose to travel He has to choose only one path therefore leavingone that he will not get to experience The disappointment of the speaker is shown when heexpresses that he is sorry he could not travel both line 2 He also shows his hesitancy ofthe decision Barry 13 when it is stated Though as for that the passing there Had worn themreally about the same line 9-10 It seems as if he is expressing an inability to turn his backcompletely on any possibility Barry 13 of returning when the poems reads Oh I kept the firstfor another day line 13 He also knew that the possibilities of him actually returning to everwalk the path not chosen were very slim He made a decision and took the other line 6 path It is obvious that these two roads in the woods symbolize paths in life and choices that peoplemake in the journey of life itself Decisions that people make large or small have an impact ontheir future The speaker says that the path he choose made all the difference line 20 in hislife Frost does not name
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