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The Road Not Taken

"The Road Not Taken" is a poem by Robert Frost, published in 1916 as the first poem in the collection Mountain Interval.

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The road not taken

This poem was actually plagiarized. Not the poem it's self but the meaning. Your probably asking "what makes it plagiarized" or "but he wrote it how is it plagiarism". Well people took it that it changes your life. Instead of going the road your not on in life go a different way and you will see it better or worse. But no that's not what it meant. It actually meant that if you live your life the way you live now then from another way, nothing would change. Everything will be the same. Maybe bits and prices are different like job but the way you live your life would always be the same. Like if you go drive your car every day at 4pm for a ride. Then if I lived in another place then you would still drive your car at 4pm. What Robert frost plagiarized was the meaning. I got this information from my teacher that I had an assignment over it. I hope it blew your mind like it did for me.

Contributed by Kenny Derryberry

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