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I am trying to find 3 poetic devices in the poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost.
I think "to Where it bent in the undergrowth" is personification

I think "Somewhere ages and ages hence" is figurative language

and "then took the other, as just as fair" is a simile
Am I correct???
Thank you!!
Ash

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    I think "to Where it bent in the undergrowth" is personification
    What is "it"?

    I think "Somewhere ages and ages hence" is figurative language
    Figurative language is a category in which many literary elements fit. Which literary element do you think this is?
    http://www.kidskonnect.com/subject-index/20-language-arts/343-figurative-language.html


    and "then took the other, as just as fair" is a simile
    Am I correct???
    Sorry, no.

    Please go through all the different literary elements in the linked webpage above. Explore many. Then reread the poem with these in mind.


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