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"Two roads diverged in wood, and I/ I took the one less travelled by,/ And that has made all the difference." What does the poet suggest in the poem'The Road Not Taken' about the problem of choice in human life?

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Asked by naren doloi, 29 Feb '12 11:23 pm
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The less common choices are challenging, offer adventure and offer greater rewards. choosing the less common choice is remarkable
Answered by beena john, 01 Mar '12 08:13 am

 
  
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I think he is trying to say that everyone takes the short and easy path... but by taking a harder and much tougher path in life you can make a difference. Look at gandhi as an example.
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Answered by Sheetal Das, 29 Feb '12 11:27 pm

 
  
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But he didn't tell exactly what difference it made,positive and negative.
sometimes certain roads are avoided for some reason.
Answered by sameer, 29 Feb '12 11:26 pm

 
  
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