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What is the summary of the road not taken
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Hency Modi 1 month, 1 week ago

In stanza 2: the poet looked at the other road and decided to travel by it. According to him this road seemed better and more impressive as it was covered with grass. It was not walked over by many people. However, as the poet work on the road for some distance he realised that both the roads have been walked over equally.

Hency Modi 1 month, 1 week ago

In stanza 1: The poet has come to a forest in the autumn season when the leaves have turned yellow. The poet which is a point where the two road separated into two directions. The road symbolise the two ways of life. The poet, as a traveller, knew that he had to make a choice as he cannot travel both the roads at the same time. So ,he stood there for a long time and looked down on both the roads. The poet looked at the first road and found that it has a bent which was covered with small plants and bushes. Just like the poet, we also take decisions and make choices everyday.Thus, we must analyse the situation to make the correct choice.

Parth Barnwal (Mafia Boss 944) 1 month, 1 week ago

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