Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, And Rudyard Kipling

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While analyzing the poems of Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, and Rudyard Kipling, I saw many similarities that consisted amongst the three poems. Therefore, the poems had distinctive themes, writing styles, and many rhetorical devices that were shown and identified while reading the poems. As I was reading the first poem "The Road Not Taken", by Robert Frost first thing noticable by reading the poem was that the theme that I saw it to be was about making choices and taking advantage of them when you have them. Taking a look at the writing style that Robert Frost had used was free verse, he doesn't had a specific rhyme scheme that most other writers use but then uses natural speech that is then seen in the poem. Taking a look at what rhetorical

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