Using the literary element of 'symbol', complete a literary analysis on the poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost (4 pages APA style paper).

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Literary Analysis
In The Road Not Taken, Frost makes use of nature and roads as key symbols in his poem. Through these symbols, Frost unravels a tale of a traveler that comes across two roads. The traveler subsequently describes these roads as both figurative and literal. The roads symbolize the actual roads walked on in a journey, as well as the paths one takes in life. In the final stanza, the traveler states the roads he has travelled have made “all the difference” (“Frost” 20)....

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