1. In “The Road Not Taken,” the speaker takes a long time to make what seems like a simple decision–and then he keeps second-guessing himself, wondering if he made the right choice, uncertain about whether one road might be better than the other.  “Though as for that,” he says, “the passing there / Had worn them really about the same” (ll. 9-10).  Make a list of adjectives that might describe Frost’s tone of voice–the feelings he expresses.  Start perhaps with hesitant or indecisive.  How would you characterize him–his attitude, his personality?
  2. What might the image of the two roads symbolize?