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***** Outline And Thesis Statement With Poem Evaluation

Introduction—impact of Robert Frost as a poet and this poem on literature and culture

***** *****: Through the use of imagery and symbolism, Frost's poem, "The Road Not Taken" serves as an allegory of every young pers*****'s choices at the beginning of adulthood

Explan*****ion of Frost's imagery

Examples ***** imagery, and the importance of nature

Imagery connotations

Connection between nature imagery's implications ***** a the proposed allegory

Textual evidence of this connection

***** of Frost's Symbolism

Explanation of how Frost's ***** works with his imagery

Examples of Frost's symbolism

Explanation of what Frost's ***** stands for Frost's symbols as building blocks of ***** larger allecory

Conclusion: Frost's imagery and symbolism working together to create an ***** of ***** young person's choice at the ***** of adulthood

***** Analysis

***** Robert Frost's *****, The Road Not *****, ***** author ********** a combination of imagery ***** sound to create verses that both glorify nature *****d explain the nature of humankind's indecision. At ***** beginning ***** the poem, ***** narrator is in a contemplative mood, faced with the decision of which oath to take. Frost uses nature imagery, noting the "yellow" wood and ***** "gr*****sy" path to allow further ***** contemplation for the reader as both paths were "just as fair" (Frost 1, 6, 8). But by the end ***** the poem, the narrator has made a decision to choose a specific path in this beautiful *****, "the one less traveled by" (***** 19), and has had a signific*****nt change in mood. He is now content and grateful for h***** decision, remarking, "and t*****at has ***** all ***** difference" (Frost 20). ***** body of the *****, therefore, ********** *****s insight into the narrators mind as he or she makes this decision, as he or ***** realizes that ***** moment will never again return. Readers are made to feel that ********** are actually with the narrator ***** he or she makes his decision ***** ***** rhyme scheme of the poem, which is abaab f***** most lines, and periodic assonance, ***** techniques that quickly carry ***** reader from verse to verse. Finally, at the end of ***** poem, both the reader ***** the narrator understand the symbolism in ***** *****, that the fork ***** ***** road is a symbol for ***** major life decision and the road less traveled by is ***** ***** popular and most original *****, the one that ***** make "all the difference" in each person's live (***** 20). Thus, Frost ***** nature symbolism and imagery to introduce an *****egory ***** a ***** decision in a person's life *****d the complexities of making that decision, while recommending that ***** take "the road less traveled *****" (Frost

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