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    Death by Love Letter

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    are awaiting a letter in the mail from someone they love. Written words from one heart to another rarely happen anymore as it once was the only way. Now the more happy faces you can fit in the text message measure the feeling you have for a person. In 1527 King Henry VIII wrote Anne Boleyn a love letter telling her how deeply he wanted her affection. Back then there was no texting the only way to get your feelings out was to write a love letter. Technology has killed the love letter, yes people text

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    Love Letters

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    The love letters of Abelard and Heloise have instated this couple as the real life Romeo and Juliet. However, these letters convey much more than the passion one man had for a particular woman. The letters of Abelard and Heloise illustrate the power of the Christian church and how it influenced societal ideals in every regard, most especially those about sex and the role of a woman. The letters were written during the 12th century, during this period, religion and ethical views went hand in hand

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    kisses, letters mingle souls. Love is everywhere, it may happen anywhere and anytime to anyone. Which is why, it is a very common situation for people to fall for someone and have no self-control over it. However another common situation is for that someone to not have the same urge of feeling being returned to. Letters can be a starting base for your next romantic moment which comes in written words where all the senses come to life. It can be a memorable thing for couples, or a personal letter to a

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    message itself. The art of penmanship is to not just draw shapes and lines that form letters that form words to be interpreted once read, but to let corresponding passion manifest in the style in which

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    Letters of Love Now letter-Writing is, to me, the most agreeable Amusement: and Writing to you the most entertaining and Agreeable of all Letter-Writing. – John Adams And – then Sir if you please you may take me. – Abigail Smith Love is a deep feeling of profound passion and intimacy. The story between John and Abigail Adams is a warm and deeply moving love between two of America's most moving people. Their names are inseparably linked as those of any pair in history. The story of these

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    The Screwtape Letters - Types of Love

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    (around thirty or more) including The Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity, and The Four Loves. He brought fantasy and entertainment into his writing along with slight to thunderous bits of theology woven through his stories and books. This made Lewis one of the most influential Christian writers of the 20th century. One of the better known books from C.S. Lewis is The Screwtape Letters. The Screwtape Letters is a fiction book comprised of thirty-one letters from Screwtape, a senior tempter and head in

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    one of many happens to be love. Love is such an easy thing to grasp, but to hold and truly understand it will dumbfound philosophers for a millennia and a millennia more to come. To understand such a thing is like asking; why does the sun set? Why do the ones we say we “love” leave us? To give an answer in a matter of seconds would almost certainly be wrong. Ask your self, what is love? A good example is in Verona, Italy where many letters of “love” are sent; one such letter will be examined and only

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    Love for Dimmesdale in The Scarlet Letter by Hawthorne *Works Cited Not Included Hawthorne's novel, The Scarlet Letter, is a brilliant story about truth and love. He wrote The Scarlet Letter during a time in the 19th century when romantic literature was popular in America. His tale dwells on the sin of adultery in a Puritan village. The first character that Hawthorne puts to life is Hester Prynne, a young bride awaiting her husband. Next, Hawthorne suspiciously sneaks Arthur Dimmesdale into

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    Love Letters of World War II

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    “Letters were a great comfort. And the mail was indispensable. We couldn’t have won the war without it. It was terribly important as a motivator of the troops. Mail call, whenever it happened it was a delight,” Paul Fussel commented about mail during World War II. Love letters had a large impact on soldiers and their loved ones; they also affected their attitudes and performances, and the letter content was similar in almost all letters home. Receiving a letter was one of the best things a person

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    It seems that Celia is long lost in love with a stranger. At least, that is what Celia’s letters connote to readers. Cristina Garcia’s Dreaming in Cuban, a novel about a dysfunctional Cuban family, demonstrates that politic views can affect family health. Although the novel focuses on politics and family relationships, Garcia’s character Celia, a main character that is in a love triangle, struggles between the past and present through her love letters because she wants Gustavo, an old lover, while

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