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Frost and Farley’s “The Road/Lover Not Taken”

One of the most renowned American poets of his century, and of our generation still, Robert Frost – evident in his perhaps most widely recognized poem, “The Road Not Taken” (1915) – is able to effectively relate the inherent and quintessential condundrum existent in humanity which plagues the greater part of every human being’s existence. Conversely, the poet Blanche Farley, in a similar poem entitled “The Lover Not Taken” (1984) is able to afford readers more than a brief glimpse, and perhaps, reflection, of the inner workings of the human psyche, and its complexities; however much verging on a lampoon or parody of Frost’s work it may appear to be. Both writers are able to convey an aspect of humanity…

After Reading The Road Not Taken

Introduction Within works of literature, often times the most valuable part of the work is not that which is readily apparent after a quick reading of the work; the true gems to be found within literature are those which are only discovered after a thorough study of the work and a deep consideration of what the author is really trying to convey to a reader, or perhaps conclusions that readers can draw on their own through the use of their imagination and interpretation. With all of this in mind, Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken will be the focus of this research. Why This Work was Chosen There are several reasons why this work was chosen as the focus of…