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Is there figurative language on the road not taken by Robert frost?

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Yes, there are many figurative language in the road not taken by Robert Frost.

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of course not. Figurative language is to be taken figuratively.


i think the figurative language in this poem is metaphor.


Robert Frost wrote The Road not Taken in 1915 and it was published in 1916The Road Not Taken was written by Robert Frost in 1915.


Summary of the poem The road not taken by Robert Frost


Figurative language is writing or speech that is not meant to be taken literally. Also a Simile, metaphor, analogy and personification in poetry is all figurative language.



Both A and BYes, The Road Not Taken is a poem by Robert Frost. What exactly is your question?When he was thinking of a Friend who had gone to war and he doesn't know where to go.Robert Frost published his poem, The Road Not Taken, in 1916.


Language not meant to be take literally is called figurative language.


A Road Not Taken- Robert Frost



The road not taken. i want to know another poem by robert frost which is an allegory.


The Road not Taken was written by Robert Frost in 1915.


That would be Robert Frost.



The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a free verse poem.


Robert frost famous poems are the "Road not Taken", "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening", and "Fire and Ice".



The Road Not Taken By: Robert Frost


by Robert Frost published in 1916


After apple-picking, The Road not Taken.


Figurative language. This includes the language in the holy books of any religion you might care to name.



some of the poems that have trees and plants in them are The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost that's the best i can do for you there some of the poems that have trees and plants in them are The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost that's the best i can do for you there


No. a poem can contain figurative language, but not necessarily. Figurative language can have several forms, but all of them have in common that the words used must not be taken litterally. Examples are: 'his head was spinning' , 'the world is my oyster', 'opportunity knocked on his door' and 'you could have knocked me over with a feather'.




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