The Road Not Taken - poem - was created in 1916.
"The Road Not Taken" is a narrative poem. It contains four stanzas of iambic tetrameter. It is one of Frost's most popular and misidentified poems as many refer to it as "The Road Less Travelled".
it is anice poem
robert frost is often called a new england poet how is this reflected in the poem the road not taken
the mood of this poem is Melancholy
the road not taken was the road on which the people usually travel and whose grass was crushed and spoiled by the feet of the people.
The line "Road Not Taken" in the poem of Robert Forst basically refers to the unexploited ways.
The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a free verse poem.
Robert Frost's poem is about a narrator and the road he decided not to take and why he decided not to take it.
A character taken on by a poet in a poem. What is that a narrator, a protagonist, a persona or a antagonist
because he had take a path that he hadn't taken before
Frost's poem is called 'The Road Not Taken' as he is reflecting on the decisions and choices we reject in life against those options we select.
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A Road Not Taken- Robert Frost
No it is a narrative poem written in iambic pentameter
The poem is a lyric poem. Although we see the use of a rhyme scheme and pentameter, we can say that it is a mere form of expression and no major technique was made use of.
Summary of the poem The road not taken by Robert Frost
A Road Not Taken
Yes it is a narrative
Ironic meaning of the poem the road not taken is a road in which they have never been and waits for it to bring something important to them(that person), when road can never bring anything interesting until they don't go on that road and see what is in there actually.
The roads in the poem symbolize the choices in life the poet has to make.