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    The portrayal of love in Much Ado About Nothing is divided among many characters relationships; love is depicted to be a complex series of events starting with an initial honeymoon stage, followed by deception driving the relationship into failure and then giving it strength to regain its allure. In the various relationships within the play, Shakespeare implies a period of love in which both counterparts have faith in the relationship and are full of love for each other, seeing no failure up…

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    Being in love can make a person act foolish and irrationally, in the play Much ado about nothing Beatrice and Benedick are in love. The passion between the characters starts from a place of despising, but blossoms into two people coming together to form a more mature stronger bond. They overcome the rumors and deceit that formed their relationship. The character’s relationship may seem as if they hate each other at times, but they see past their treacherous words and realize how much they truly…

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    something. The “thing” about “fall[ing] half in love” is that “you never know where you are” and it feels as if it is an “atomic bomb” in which it explodes. You are either in love or you are not in love, there is no half way there and I think that Holden is trying to push himself to falling in love so that he can feel something again. Holden feels as if falling in love will make him feel something and will replace that void Allie has left, but in reality the idea of falling in love with someone…

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    Love in this world is skewed. There a million books and movies that all center around love. The plots and characters vary yet one central theme remains. Romance novels and movies portray love as an intense physical attraction so perfect it’s unreal. Webster’s dictionary says that love is attraction that includes sexual desire, the strong affection felt by people who have a romantic relationship. Is that what society is teaching these days? That love is merely physical and logical. Whether we…

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    Ado About Nothing many different forms of love are shown, that of brothers and sister, mature love, young love, and parent and child love. The main love I saw was young love, a love that was innocent, lusted for, shallow and conditional. That is the love between Claudio and Hero, they were very much in love and then when Claudio believed that Hero had cheated he stopped loving her. This to me is shallow love, you are suppose to love someone despite their flaws or mistakes. This young ¨love¨ has…

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    Love What is love? How a word that has only four letters can be so hard to define? How this tiny word can mean something different to each person? This happens because love is an emotion, something that is felt, and something that is empirical, that do not have a reasonable explanation. Therefore, in the short story “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” a group of four friends, Mel McGuiness, Teresa, Nick, and Laura, were talking about love, and each one of them have a different opinion…

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    select who they love? Some people are certain that a person does get to choose who they fall in love with. Some people believe that falling in love is not someone’s choice. Love has many variables which need to be considered. Does one ever really love another? Those who have fallen in love have no choice in who it is with. The characters in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ are victims to love, in which Shakespeare proves throughout his writing. People have different ways of showing their love.…

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    Thoughts about Love In Midsummer Night’s Dream according to William Shakespeare’s character Lysander love can be and should be a choice that no one but yourself should be responsible for, also losing yourself while being in love, last but not least giving your heart to the person you love. Lysander is one of Shakespeare’s main characters for the story, that works hard to have the love that he deserves. He knows that his love is pure and nothing but real. And he will show that to Hermia.…

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    “Love is an endless mystery, for it has nothing else to explain it” a quote by Rabindranath Tagore, summarizes the themes implemented in “Hills like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway, and “What we Talk About When we Talk About Love” by Raymond Carver. These two stories, contain a husband and wife who attempt to decipher the meaning of love. Hemingway’s characters do this subliminally, whereas Carver’s character’s discuss the meaning in a much broader fashion. Both authors have similar writing…

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    CLAIRE is a very enjoyable fast read about friendship and love. It is the second book of Hart University, sophomore year. Claire is Rikki’s best friend, who is from the first book. I really really loved Rikki and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Claire. Even though Claire’s story doesn’t surpass the love I have for Rikki’s story, I still enjoyed it nonetheless. I really do enjoy Ms Abigail clean writing, she always pulls me in her innocent stories. The love that each character have for each…

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