During the poem, the narrator goes on a mental journey to her past. A great part about analyzing things is that there is no one right answer. Literary works can be interpreted in many ways, none of which are flat out wrong is you can explain your
Frost could have easily named his poem “The Road Less Traveled” but made a conscious choice to use the phrase “not taken”. By choosing this title, it shows that the speaker knows that he will wonder about what he irrevocably lost and ultimately second guess himself. The thought of the road not taken will forever haunt
The behaviourist perspective was the most scientific out of them all and the psychodynamic approach was the least, I believe this because the behaviourist approach outcomes were based on the experiments that were conducted and the psychodynamic approach was about the unconscious mind and dreams, none of it could be scientifically proven as we cannot prove what is happening in the mind which means it is not credible. The experiments that were undertaken in these theories, perspectives and approaches some were more ethical than others I believe the humanistic approach use the most ethical experiments as they were used in the right way and for good reason, I think the biological perspective was the unethical as they did experiments on people
The poem "The Road Not Taken" is about the journey of life in which one takes and is also considered one of Robert Frost 's most well known poems. Like many of Frost 's poems, the setting is surrounding a rural environment involving the conflict of making decisions in life and questioning them. The poem relies on a metaphor in which the adventures and choices through life are compared to a journey on a road. The speaker of the poem comes to a contemplating mindset when having to choose between the two roads that lay before him. Robert Frost interpreted most of the decisions individuals make in life within the language and diction used throughout the poem.
Relationships should be a two way street and a couple should treat each other right. This poem supports the thesis by depicting the emotional recuperation of the narrator, while she is feeling uneasy in her relationship and through her soon to be divorce. Key line - “It was always possible for you to run the table, leave me nothing. But I recall
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I// I took the one less traveled by/ And that has made all the difference” (Frost 82: 18-20). The author says that he took a path that no one else really would take. That means he’s different in his own way. The two poems are different because, “Traveling through the Dark” is about dangers of the night and death, while “The Road Not Taken” is about being different and choosing the best
The main research methods in behaviourism were based on observation, from which a hypothesis can be drawn and tested, with the results recorded. Behaviours can be measured thus allowing us to be able to quantify results. Psychodynamics on the other hand, although aimed to be scientific in its methods, would be perceived as being qualitative. The concepts and research methods that psychodynamics focused on and used were not very measureable. However, Psychodynamics did still build theories such as that of defence mechanisms.
The reader’s newly found voice also keeps them company as they continue “deeper and deeper / into the world”. At this point in the poem, the reader has pushed past all of the obstacles and voices and finally realizes that they are worth more than others have made them think they were. Now that the reader has finally found themselves, they can “save / the only life you could save” ---their own, finally reaching the conclusion that their mission has been accomplished. Oliver’s conclusion of the poem signifies all of the actions one must take on their own personal journey, masterfully illustrating the obstacles and the final triumph the reader experiences throughout its
In any case, on the off chance that we concentrate on the title "The Road Not Taken" it implies that the artist is atoning on why he has selected the less frequented street. The artist legitimizes his choice by saying "I will state this with a murmur" likewise underpins this. Another translation of the lyric is that RoberFrost had not taken any of the expressed streets. Or maybe, he chooses the center way or does not pick any street for him as the title of the sonnet proposes. Ice himself cautioned "You must be watchful of that one; it 's a dubious ballad – extremely tricky”.
Introduction: Through studies of various Models of Counselling, therapists are able to gain knowledge on how to determine client growth and where and when certain therapies are applicable. Through investigation of theoretical aspects of talking therapies Feltham has explained how therapists are able to not only treat a patient according to known counselling models but are also able to explore avenues that that have not previously been explored. This summary will provide an abridged view of the chapter: Models of Counselling by Feltham. Psychoanalysis and its variants: ● Sigmund Freud, who is considered to be the father of the talking cure and Psychoanalysis, incursions with neurosis treatment, exploration of catharsis and hypnosis,