What kind of dilemma does the poet face when he reaches the woods?  

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In Robert Frost’s poem, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening ,” the wagon or carriage driver is in the midst of conducting some business, or of running an important errand. But he stops the horse at the woods, just so he can take in and watch the beauty of the snowflakes falling...

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