Comparative Commentaries to Go: People and Paths

IB English A: Language & Literature: Comparative Commentaries to Go: People and Paths

This ‘comparative commentary to go’ compares one of the most canonical poems in the English language with the lyrical non-fiction of a much less well known writer. One of the texts in this pairing is Robert Frost’s ‘The Road Not Taken’. The other is an extract from Robert Macfarlane’s The Old Ways. Robert Frost wrote that his goal as a poet was ‘to lodge a few poems where they will be hard to get rid of’....


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