It was during her illness that her doctor advised her not to engage in any activity that may make her mind exhausted. These activities included things like writing, reading, and even thinking. This was perceived as a ‘’arrest cure’’ prescription, which barred her from all the activities she could undertake. Therefore, in her own view, she thought it wise to engage in physical exercise as it the common practice with every creature in order to develop; hence, she arouses interest in the topic.
The writer’s goal is to encourage and give hope to her audience that a worse situation can always be transformed into a better one. Thematically, the primary aim of the story is to motivate people to take action.
The story primarily targets adults. The work is meant for a general readership because of the character reshaping as seen from the level of concern on the young couples. This is achieved through comparing lifestyles in urban and rural settings: Rosicky’s previous lifestyle before meeting the doctor. The author assumes that ones an individual becomes an adult, he or she should easily differentiate between good and bad.
The story is about a former navy officer who is struggling to escape his lifestyle and desperations. According to my opinion, the author advises that we should always live our lives to the fullest, and only use successful as our role models, but not try to live like they do.
The writer uses metaphor in the poem, for example, “yet knowing how one way leads on to way” (Frost, 2014). The author has also created some imaginative elements by referring to problems in life as ‘’roads” and giving the diversion aspect to mean that life is never straight. Additionally, he has created some suspense in line three “and be a traveler long I stood’’ (Frost, 2014). One may not know what created the stoppage