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Based on Robert Frost’s poem "The Road Not Taken,” which line most supports the theme that the desire to have it all often makes decisions difficult? Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both I doubted if I should ever come back. I took the one less traveled by,

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  • "The road not taken" is a poem that makes the reader think pf choices we have to take in life. In the second line of this poem, the author, Robert Frost, is expressing how difficult it is for him to make one decision.

    "And sorry I could not travel both"  In this line the author expresses he is "sorry" he can't travel both roads, which suggets he regrets about making the decision of picking only one road. The poem constinues and he finds the impossibility of traveling both roads, so he stands there trying to choose which path he's going to take. we can clerly notice this is difficult decision he is making.

  • Based on Robert Frost’s poem "The Road Not Taken,” the line which most supports the theme that the desire to have it all often makes decisions difficult is:

    • B. And sorry I could not travel both

    According to the given question, we are asked to show the line which most supports the theme that the desire to have it all often makes decisions difficult.

    As a result of this, we can see that the narrator is giving a description of the difficult choices which he has to make and how he can only make one choice and not have it all as it would be impossible to do so.

    Therefore, the correct answer is option B

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