True indeed, if being analyzed closely, both poems reveal unexpected meanings.
They seem to disclose same issues, yet, in fact, have many dissimilarities and specific features.
Both Robert Frost’s poems “The Road Not Taken” and “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” reveals the theme of troubles caused by necessity of making choices in life.
“Frost has written any number of poems that have such acts of choice as their dynamic center — choices that have been made, choices that will be made or that must be made, choices that have not been made” (Nitchie 157).
In the first one the speaker comes upon a fork in the road while travelling through a wood.
Considering both paths, he finally chooses one, realizing that his decision predetermines his destiny, since there would hardly be any way he could come back to that specific point of time and make another choice.If you dont already have it straight, look it up in Hacker. Fonts: Please, use 12 point Times/Roman or its equivalent; my eyes hurt enough already. The English metaphysical John Donne uses indentation in some of his poems to create unusual layouts, as the first stanza of including “A Valediction: of Weeping” demonstrates: Fruits of much grief they are, emblems of more, When a tear falls, that thou falls which it bore, So thou and I are nothing then, when on a divers shore. I’m really sorry, and I know your policy, but see— VIVIAN: Don’t tell me. (lines 1-9) When you must quote dialogue from a play, adhere to these rules: suggests Vivian Bearing’s illness causes her to question some of her previous interactions with students: STUDENT 1. (Hacker 266) Your essay (double spaced, of course) will continue after the quotation, starting all the way to the left if the paragraph continues as it usually should.Poetry: Poetry quotations have a slightly different form.The rules for quoting drama and/or poetry in Modern Language Association (MLA) Style differ from those for quoting the genre of prose.This article discusses rules for using MLA style to format quotes from drama and poetry.Quotations less than four lines of type long should be in quotation marks; quotations four lines or more long should be indented as block quotations, and should not be in quotation marks.Review the rules for using quotation marks if you are uncertain of them.