Question number D of the chapter the road not taken

Dear student,
i. No. He thinks for a long time. The poet observes the roads as equally fair and worn 'about the same'. However, he ends up choosing the second one. He judges it to be better than the first for the grass on this road is less worn. He knows that the second road shall lead him to many roads one after the other.
ii. One of the roads bends into a dense growth of plants and bushes at one point and from there he can see no more of it. The roads are equally fair and worn 'about the same'. The roads are equally strewn with fresh leaves that do not bear black footprints of travellers.
iii. No. He is doubtful of returning to that pathway.


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