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Friday May 14th, 2021 day edition

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To help you learn what Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” poem is all about, we’ll cover the following in this article:.

Late in life, at 86 years old, Robert Frost also became the first inaugural poet at John F. Kennedy’s inauguration in 1960.

“The Road Not Taken” is a narrative poem, meaning it is a poem that tells a story.

It was written in 1915 as a joke for Frost’s friend, Edward Thomas.

(Yes, that’s right: one of the most famous American poems was originally written as a goofy private joke between two friends!).

Frost first read it to some college students who, to his surprise, thought it a very serious poem.

“The Road Not Taken” has become well known for its perceived encouragement to take the “[road] less traveled by.” »

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At the Nahalal junction in northern Israel, Jews and Arabs proclaimed that their shared and fragile fabric of life could not be harmed.

"Love your brother as you love yourself" – Jews and Arabs who love coexistence and tolerance hand out flowers to passers-by, Arabs and Jews.

Hospitals in Israel are one of the main places where Jews and Arab work together and are treated alongside one another. »