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  • It compares and contrasts different types of freedom in "A Man for All Seasons," "To Althea" by Richard Lovelace and "Prisoner of Chillon" by Lord Byron.

     

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ID number:143074
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Published: 28.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Freedom???
Freedom is a state of mind and is a choice. It cannot be taken away from somebody if they are in shackles or in jail. Freedom means different things to different people. Different people would also put their life on the line as long as they have freedom. Sir Thomas More in A Man for All Seasons, Richard Lovelace in "To Althea", and Lord Byron in "The Prisoner of Chillon, all have different perspectives on what freedom is and what they would do if freedom was tried to be taken away from them.
Thomas More believes that freedom is sticking up for what one believes in. He thinks t…

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