Does any know what the "yellow wood" in Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken" symbolises? Any suggestions greatly appreciated. Cheers
Idk... I'm not sure if it really means anything
My English teacher said that they he could possibly be talking about birches (he has another poem called Birches) which have yellow leaves on them, but if you have any other interpretations, as long as you can point/ quote / explain, you can't necessarily be wrong.