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    their first love ? Sometimes your first love will have you believe that's there's no such thing as first love . There's always that one person that someone falls in love with because of their ways or way of being . Sometimes that first person to show you the type of love that someone has never showed makes you believe it's your first love, but in all honestly it's just a feeling. People call it first love because it's the first person. It doesn't mean it's your first love or your last love.…

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    Love Languages Having that one friend you can count on no matter what is a special thing, that not everyone is fortunate enough to experience. Abby and me have been friends since my freshman year, and have a strong affinity for each other. We met in gymnastics, and instantly clicked. We have been inseparable since. Our friendship isn’t perfect, we have dialectal conflict just like anyone else, but we will always fight to overcome it. The fact that we share three of the same love languages, has…

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    Bell Hooks All About Love

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    Bell Hooks’ All About Love is a philosophical book that discusses love in modern day society. Freedom, love, and commitment are three topics where Hooks imbricates other ideas proposed by other philosophers discussed in our course. Her thought processes relate to Fromm, Frankl on two separate ideas, and also Tillich. Bell Hooks and Fromm are correlated due to their shared views on using freedom as a means to commit to something or someone. Fromm says in his book Escape From Freedom that…

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    Love is an indescribable feeling. It is a thought process we cannot change just because we want to. Something magical or extreme must happen in order to change love. It is tough luck if you love someone that doesn’t love you. Demetrius is in love with Hermia, but Hermia is in love with Lysander. Demetrius who knows this, won’t give up and will stop at nothing to get Hermia to love him. He is wasting his time. This doesn’t make sense for him to chase a woman who loves another man. Especially…

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    Throughout the stories “Janus”, “A good story” “What we Talk About When We Talk About Love” and “The Lottery”, the authors use characters and symbolic objects to help us better understand the role diversity and oppression play on individuals and groups. Literary critic Christopher Decker describes one 's connection to their surroundings saying, “The notion of home as an enclosed and protective space together with the relationship between private and public, self and community, is constantly…

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    Does true love really exist? Shakespeare’s best-loved comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, focuses on deceit, gender roles, stereotypical issues and noting. It revolves around relationships between the characters; Claudio and Hero as the conventional young lovers, whereas Benedick and Beatrice as the critics of love. Written in 1598, plots based on young women erroneously accused, stories about being brought close to death and to be reunited with their lovers were well-known during the Renaissance…

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    Love. Love is expressed and heralded in various ways in every culture across the world. Many humans are unwilling, too stubborn, or simply too independent to admit their love or cave into love’s demands. On rare occasions, however, it is stubbornness and the yearning for independence that bring lovers together. William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing” encompasses many different themes in a relatively short play. The theme of the most importance and the most persistence throughout the play…

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    The Story of Love in Much Ado About Nothing In William Shakespeare’s epic drama Much Ado About Nothing, passionate love is shown through two love stories. Claudio a young soldier has fallen for a young beautiful maiden named Hero, who is the daughter of the Governor of Messina, Leonato. Beatrice, Leonato niece, has an eye for the hansom soldier named Benedick who is fighting alongside Prince Don Pedro. Shakespeare’s vivid detail helps to depict the hard love seen through these lovers. In…

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    The play Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare is a simple yet intricate story about love. Love is such an elementary aspect of life; almost everyone has loved or has been loved. Everyone experiences it, yet it has a power strong enough to mould our entire being and possibly even change us forever. Beatrice, the niece of Leonato and the witty, ballsy cousin of Hero, has a very outgoing and talkative personality. She is self-assertive which has lead Beatrice to have an ongoing feud with…

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    when they fall in love? Are the feelings like having butterflies in the stomach, and heart shaped eyes with glitter spreading out? Back then, there was something called love at first sight, meaning teens and adults would fall in love once they see their crushes elegant mask. In the book " Romeo and Juliet," Romeo seeks to a party and there he sees Juliet very elegant and falls in love once he sees her. In a authentic life love at first sight does not exist. Many people think that love at first…

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