Language and style of The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
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PLEASE Stop Misinterpreting "The Road Not Taken"! - …
Even if you haven't yet read "The Road Not Taken," it will probably have a familiar ring when you do – it's one of the most popular poems by one of the most famous American writers of the twentieth century, . Along with Frost's poem "," it's probably one of the most taught poems in American schools. First published in Frost's collection in 1916, almost a century later "The Road Not Taken" is still quoted left and right by inspirational speakers, writers, commercials, and everyday people.
We could go on and on about how famous this poem is, but, since it is famous, you probably already know that.
What you might not know is that this poem may not be as simple and uplifting as it seems. While "The Road Not Taken" is often read as a resounding nonconformist's credo, the poem isn't so sure about its message. In fact, sometimes it flat out contradicts itself.
But the possibility that the poem has multiple meanings doesn't mean that it's not worthy of its popularity. Actually, the poem's ambiguity improves it. Read closely, this poem is more than popular culture has made it out to be. It's more than a call to go your own way; it's a reflection on life's hard choices and unknowns.
The date for the chase is Saturday November 25, the date of the Brockville Santa Claus Parade. The course will be a 5K at the regular Laurier Hill venue. Murray advises, that the course will not involve the Laurier hilarious itself but will incorporate much of the FYB's road course, while starting and finishing at the Laurier Soccer field clubhouse.