" It was then that the voice decided to take the 'road not taken': no explanation was offered for this decision; simply that, the person wanted to pass through the road where no one had tried before.
From the onset, natural realism has taken its hold in the poem. Not offering any explanation for the voice's decision to take the 'road not taken,' natural realism is manifested in Frost's decision to not offer any explanation, nor provide additional detail as to why the voice decided to take the 'unused' road. Further, the decision is practical and bordering on adventurous: one can only surmise that the voice decided to take the unused road because he wanted to discover what lay ahead. Among the people who took the usual road, the voice would take the other one for the sake of knowing what lay ahead, no other reason than that.
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