The Road Not Taken: The most Misread Poem in America
Frost himself admonished: “You have to be careful of that one; it’s a tricky poem – very tricky.”
The last 3 lines mean: "When I am old, like all old men, I shall make a myth of my life."
The last three lines actually show how the "story" told in the poem can be turned into a myth.
The Paris Review
The Smithsonian mag.
From a poem to a myth and ...misinterpretation...
The poem as myth : The famous Ford ad ...
Vidéo et script d'un cours sur Rhinospike
A few more explanations
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See what happened to people who really thought Frost was giving them a piece of advice!
Mais qu''est-ce qu'un choix?
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