There is no doubt that both Ovid, from Imaginary Life, by David Malouf and William Wordsworth eventually come to appreciate their new surroundings. Discuss
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Consequently, they modify their attitudes towards life in civilized societies. William Wordsworth and Ovid do have their similarities in that they love nature from parallel perspectives. However the approach they use in accepting their new surrounding, nature, is different.
There is no doubt that Ovid, a character in David Malouf"s book "An Imaginary Life" does accept and appreciate nature, the main catalyst for this transition is the wild child who allows him to see nature in a much wider context than what he originally considered nature to be by demonstrating to…
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