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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Both roads seemed exactly similar. They were laid equally. Leaves were fallen on the both roads in an untouched manner. Both were curving inside the wood in such a way that they were visible up to their turn.

    Both roads seemed exactly similar. They were laid equally. Leaves were fallen on the both roads in an untouched manner. Both were curving inside the wood in such a way that they were visible up to their turn.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The nature of poet’s choice remains ambiguous. It is subjective. One can know the right or wrong in retrospect. Here, one gets a feeling that the poet loves the difference made by the choice so probably his choice is right.

    The nature of poet’s choice remains ambiguous. It is subjective. One can know the right or wrong in retrospect. Here, one gets a feeling that the poet loves the difference made by the choice so probably his choice is right.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    It is a realistic description of the wood in which the roads are diverging. Yellow means the season is autumn. Yellow may also mean that the majority of trees are probably birches or alder.

    It is a realistic description of the wood in which the roads are diverging. Yellow means the season is autumn. Yellow may also mean that the majority of trees are probably birches or alder.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Once a choice is made, the consequence happens. The poet has already chosen a path and faced a whole new world. He is contemplating that point where he was standing in front of the wood and thinking and now the choice has brought all the difference.

    Once a choice is made, the consequence happens. The poet has already chosen a path and faced a whole new world. He is contemplating that point where he was standing in front of the wood and thinking and now the choice has brought all the difference.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    It means that it is the limitation of a human being that one person can not take two paths even if both looks attractive so a choice has to be made. So, the poet says that I could not travel both.

    It means that it is the limitation of a human being that one person can not take two paths even if both looks attractive so a choice has to be made. So, the poet says that I could not travel both.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The poet is saying that he chose one way to enter and kept the other one for some other day and he knows that in this world one doesn’t know which way will lead to where so one may find other ways from one way and he is sure that there is less chance of taking the other path some other day.

    The poet is saying that he chose one way to enter and kept the other one for some other day and he knows that in this world one doesn’t know which way will lead to where so one may find other ways from one way and he is sure that there is less chance of taking the other path some other day.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The detail of the forest which is given as yellow symbolises the whole forest and the season is autumn. Yellow also means that the trees in that part are probably birches. The roads are diverging in a wood full of new growth.

    The detail of the forest which is given as yellow symbolises the whole forest and the season is autumn. Yellow also means that the trees in that part are probably birches. The roads are diverging in a wood full of new growth.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The symbolic interpretation is that a choice can be made arbitrarily but its result is clearer to us only when we think about it in hindsight. So we must not regret any decision which we make.

    The symbolic interpretation is that a choice can be made arbitrarily but its result is clearer to us only when we think about it in hindsight. So we must not regret any decision which we make.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    A) The two roads diverging inside the wood is the dominant symbol of the poem. It stands for the dilemma of choices which one faces in life. B) Yellow wood is a symbol for the larger chaos of life into which one enters once a choice is made.

    A) The two roads diverging inside the wood is the dominant symbol of the poem. It stands for the dilemma of choices which one faces in life.
    B) Yellow wood is a symbol for the larger chaos of life into which one enters once a choice is made.

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