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In the poem 'The Road Not Taken' by Robert Frost, the speaker stands in a yellow wood at a fork in the road, contemplating which path to take. The first stanza is given below: 'Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth;' In this context, how does the poet make connections between the individual (the speaker), the idea of choice, and the event of standing at the crossroads? Discuss how the comparison between the roads and life choices contributes to the theme of the poem.
a.
The poet makes connections between the individual, the idea of choice, and the event of standing at the crossroads by using the metaphor of a traveler standing at a fork in the road to represent the individual faced with a choice. The two roads that diverge in the wood symbolize the choices that the individual has to make.
b.
The poet uses the metaphor of a traveler standing at a fork in the road to represent the individual's struggle with loneliness. The two roads symbolize the solitude that the individual has to endure.
c.
The poet uses the metaphor of a traveler standing at a fork in the road to represent the individual's curiosity about the world. The two roads symbolize the different adventures that the individual can embark on.
d.
The poet uses the metaphor of a traveler standing at a fork in the road to represent the individual's fear of the unknown. The two roads symbolize the fear and uncertainty that the individual has to face.
e.
The poet uses the metaphor of a traveler standing at a fork in the road to represent the individual's desire for freedom. The two roads symbolize the different paths to freedom that the individual can choose.

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