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General Introduction

Poets are generally interested in putting across their ideas through their poems. They use words to bring out the human dimensions relating to joyful and tragic events, incidents or situations.  

In the poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost the persona is confronted with a situation where he has to make an important decision and which road to take.  The persona notices a few things about both the roads and both look attractive or interesting to the persona. However, he can only take one of the roads. The persona is somewhat convinced to take the road not taken.

GETTING CONNECTED WITH THE POEMS

Poets are generally interested in putting across their ideas through their poems. They do this, through their observations, reflections and feelings based on their experiences. They wish to share their perceptions and experiences with people or the readers. They use words to bring out the human dimensions and what they go through in their lives. These are rich experiences that make readers to appreciate their work and interact with the poems.

The poem “The Road Not Taken” deals with a situation where a traveller needs to make a choice. The choice is made after considering some factors.

 

 
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