John Donne, a 17th century Metaphysical poet, often wrote about the freedom to wholeheartedly take part in all aspects of life whether it be sexual or spiritual. In his poem, "The Indifferent", Donne, the speaker, is trying to explain how he has no trouble loving any kind of woman, implying the theme of infidelity.
He states in the poem "I can love her, and her, and you, and you, / I can love any, so she be not true" in the first stanza. He ends the poem with "Since you will be true, / You shall be true to them who are false to you."
Donne is playing on the idea of the reversal of vice and virtue. We see this in Brave New World as well; which of the following quote(s) express reversal of vice and virtue in the novel as it is in the poem?
Select ALL that apply.