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  • Othello: True Love and Self-love

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    Othello: True Love and Self-love The William Shakespeare tragic play Othello manifests the virtue of love in all its variegated types through the assorted good and bad characters interacting with each other. H. S. Wilson in his book of literary criticism, On the Design of Shakespearean Tragedy, discusses the love of the Moor for his beloved even at the time of her murder: And when he comes to execute justice upon Desdemona, as he thinks, he has subdued his passion so that he is

  • True Love

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    Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House seems to convey the idea that real love can only exist between equals. There is much talk of love in A Doll's House however; Ibsen doesn’t show this real love till the end; we are presented throughout the play different forms of love: familial, maternal, paternal, and fraternal during act one and two of the play. A Doll’s House was a very controversial play during its time, it portraits the values of the rigid Victorian way of life that dominated Western Europe at the

  • True Love in The Merchant of Venice

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    True Love in The Merchant of Venice Among the various themes presented in the Merchant of Venice the most important is the nature of true love.  The casket plot helps illustrate the theme.  Through a variety of suitors the descriptions of the caskets, Shakespeare shows the reader how different people view true love. He also shows what is most important to the suitors and in some cases it is not true love, but material things and outward appearance. The first suitor

  • True Love

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    1 9 April, 2014 Love Isn’t Perfect; Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay “Cinderella finds the perfect man and lives in a castle the rest of her life, so why can’t I?” Society uses fairytales to make children think that love is perfect, but the sad reality is that true love has flaws. In Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora Hurston, Janie’s experiences show that true love is not like a fairytale. Throughout the novel Janie has three separate relationships, trying to find true love. Only to realize

  • Use of Satire and Irony in The Widow of Ephesus and the poem True Love

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    Ephesus by Gaius Petronius and the poem “True Love” by Judith Viorst In the story The Widow of Ephesus by Gaius Petronius and the poem “True Love” by Judith Viorst, the authors portray love through the use of satire and irony. They do this though a series of ironic twists, humorous accounts, and life experiences. A satire is a literary work holding up human vices and follies to ridicule or scorn. In The Widow of Ephesus, the narrator recalls a tale of love in which an apparently faithful woman

  • True Love

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    history the concept of true love has been trampled by society’s obsession with the material. Modern society has become addicted to distraction - to media, drugs, fashion etc, and the external is nearly all that matters. Similarly in the Victorian era, marriages were very shallow; made for status and money as opposed to love. In the books Jane Eyre and Emma, Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen create strong female characters that defy these values, and dare to truly fall in love. These characters make

  • True Love

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    True Love Love is a continuing human obsession that is full of mystery and magic. Its power is legendary. The idea that there is such thing as love is neither recent nor culturally bound. For centuries there have been many stories, legends, and myths that illustrate its capabilities. "Love is so deeply ingrained within our culture that it passes without question. Its delights, pains and complexities are explored in novels, plays, and television soap operas, maundered over in pop songs

  • True Love

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    was not the only day I had been feeling this, but since everyday I could remember; however, this particular day it was more prevalent than ever before. I was interrupted by my best friend, "Thank you so much for bringing us to this restaurant, I love the food." "It's okay" I replied. Out of the corner of my eye I saw a distinct character approaching me. I was shocked, as this particular person was "unable to attend". I smiled, and looked at Alexis, he sat down next to me and said, "This

  • True Love

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    on life because as humans we enjoy the unexpected surprise that is brought fourth from these internal conflicts. It is from these types of situations that we are given new meaning and purpose from these apprehensive feelings arisen from passion and love. Most of us, given the circumstance, exquisitely enjoy the feeling of immense emotional attachment to a loved/cherished one. On the other side most of us also feel horrible when we have been hurt by a loved/cherished one. However it is from these

  • Concepts Of Love: The True Concept Of True Love

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    The True Concept of True Love Love is a very powerful and complicated emotion that could drive some people insane. There’s people that view love very differently them other, which makes it very dangerous. Love is like the weather, one day it could be nice and shiny, the next day it could be thunder storming. And then there’s people who can survive the storm but there’s other who gets lost in the storm. For those who survive the storm, they find true love, but for those who are lost in the storm they