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Of course, you cant legislate for how people are going to read
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"Of course, you can't legislate for how people are going to read"

- Paul Muldoon

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In this quote, poet Paul Muldoon is acknowledging the constraints of legislation when it comes to managing how individuals analyze written material. He is recommending that no matter how carefully laws are crafted, they can not determine or manage the method people will comprehend or translate a text. This is because each person brings their own unique experiences, biases, and point of views to their reading. Muldoon is highlighting the intricacy of human perception and the truth that it can not be regulated or managed by external forces. Eventually, he is emphasizing the significance of private analysis and the power of the reader to form their own understanding of a text.

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Paul Muldoon This quote is written / told by Paul Muldoon somewhere between June 20, 1951 and today. He was a famous Poet from England. The author also have 21 other quotes.

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