what choice does the speaker face in "the road not taken" poem?
On a superficial level, the speaker needs to decide which path to follow through the woods. Both paths appear to be untraveled as the speaker studies the undisturbed leaves on the surface that morning. Neither seems to be particularly preferable because it would be easier or more scenic. The only apparent difference...
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