Theme Of Truth In Robertson's 'Oz'

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It is through these ideas that composers convey the growing complacency of those who receive the truth as the value of truth is diminishing behind the shadow of personal opinion. The subjectivity of the truth is explored in Geoffrey Robertson’s “Oz” as individuals are seen to have differing interpretations of the truth. The multiple versions of the truth make it indefinite and undefined, contributing to the complexity of truth. This is reflected in the slightly different definitions of ‘obscene’ as Judge Argyle “…read to them from the Oxford English Dictionary, which said it meant… ‘indecent’. In law, that is precisely what obscene does not mean”. Robertson reveals an inconsistence in meaning as the connotations differ between common and legal

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