Alliteration in The Road Not Taken
Alliteration Examples in The Road Not Taken:
The Road Not Taken
"equally lay In leaves..." See in text (The Road Not Taken)
Frost controls the sounds of his words to produce beautiful phrases that, in many cases, trigger a specific effect. In this phrase, the three syllables beginning with l fluctuate from a hard e vowel sound to a hard a sound back to a hard e sound. The effect is a sonic symmetry that reflects the symmetry of the image: two paths equally covered in fall leaves.