Law Like Love
Different opinions are an aspect of life that is widespread throughout the world. In "Law like Love", W. H. Auden intends for the reader to understand that the nature of a person's perspective is dependent on one's surroundings, because each person has their own view of the world, causing the formation of many different ideas and inadvertently representing a freedom of speech.
Determined by physical and mental environment, an individual's viewpoint will vary accordingly. For example, in "Law like Love" Auden writes that a carefree, out-of-doors gardener will see Law as the sun. …
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