The Law of Love - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

The narrator in this chapter is Anacreonte, Azucena's Guardian Angel. He is exasperated with Azucena, as usual, but this time it is because she's infatuated with Teo and Teo is not helping. The two are having a torrid affair.

The chapter is made up of Anacreonte's analysis and philosophies about life and the world, such as, "No social organization will ever be able to find the one road that's good for everybody." Another of his philosophies is: "It's not by changing the social order that one's problems are resolved. It's by changing ourselves. When that happens, society is automatically modified. Every internal change has repercussions in the external world."

His philosophy is that the solutions to problems can be found in knowledge of the past. The Ego is an obstacle to solving one's problems. "Everyone in the world likes to feel important," he says. The big problem...

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