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    countless challenges in life, just so her child can live calmly. We see the mother who works four jobs per day, just to fund her child’s college education, and the mother, whom on her deathbed, only asks that her child be looked after. These are mere examples of motherly love. This type of love has existed since the beginning of humanity and lasts until this day. Now we have to ask ourselves, why would a human being sacrifice everything for their child? What is this emotional and physical bond between a mother and her child? A mother’s love for her child is almost immeasurable.…

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    Love is a feeling that is seen not only in relationship, but between friends, family, and those feelings are stronger than those with someone in a relationships with a love, People make many types of sacrifices for love, they can be sacrifices for time, money, attention, and physical. People sacrifice time for love, There are times when time is scorse but people will sacrifice their time for loved or something. An example to describe this argument is the love that parents show, because they…

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    True love means unconditional love, with no expectations or limitations set. It is intangible; we cannot touch it, we cannot hear it, we cannot see it. However, we can sense it through actions and words that lovers display. Love also comes in many forms; for instance, you can love your family, friends, food, money, etc. You can love people or materials. In F. Scott. Fitzgerald’s famous novel, The Great Gatsby, the concepts of love, desire, and sex are displayed through the relationships between…

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    Love and It’s Effects on the Individual Have you ever been betrayed by someone you’ve loved? How does it feel? In Roald Dahl’s suspenseful and climactic twisted tale, “Lamb to the Slaughter,” Mary Maloney goes through a very analogous situation. Mary, a very conventional and optimistic woman who is the perfect stereotype of a housewife, loves her husband unconditionally. She is pregnant, glowing, and lively, until it all changes at the time Mary gets betrayed by her husband…

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    Love: Through the Eyes of Shakespeare True love is unchanging and forever. It’s a sticky subject to speak upon and viewed through many lenses which affect how it’s explained, spoken, and written throughout history. Shakespeare’s sonnet 116 does exactly this on his explanation on true love and he asks the reader to defy his logic. Shakespeare is known for his work on tragic love because he explains that, love happens when you least expect it, it causes one to make mistakes and silly decisions.…

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    Love is an incredible aspect of life, that many must cherish. The purest form of love is through affection and happiness. The deep beauty of this phenomenon is how one becomes emotionally attach and the other, reacts. Though love can be expressed in intricate ways, James Gatsby falls desperately in love with Daisy Buchanan. Which results in Gatsby doing some questionable things. In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby is a romantic dreamer because he built an empire for his financial…

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    Love is defined as, “an intense feeling of deep affection.” By this definition, love is characterized as a feeling, however, others believe love is more of a choice. In society, people are obsessed with the idea of love or possibly for some the idea of no love. In the novel Catcher in the Rye love is deemed impossible, but forever desired. Throughout the novel, Holden desires the affection of a multitude of things including Jane Gallagher, Allie, and his sister, but is never able to obtain them…

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    Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream presents situations and perfect examples of how difficult and wonderful the experiences of love can be. The play shows how love can affect emotions, decisions, and behavior, depending on the type of love that is expressed. Brilliantly displayed, Hermia, Lysander, Demetrius, Titania, Egeus, and Bottom show examples of passionate, magical, and parental love through changing emotions and behavior throughout the play. The first type of love displayed in the…

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    There are many types of love. In Romeo and Juliet, there are many examples of these different types of love. Two types of love in the story are romantic and unrequited love. Romantic love is how Romeo and Juliet felt about each other. Unrequited love is how Romeo felt about Rosaline. These types of love have few similarities and few differences. One type of love is unrequited love. Unrequited love is when one person loves somebody, but the person they love does not love them back. In Romeo and…

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    French author once said, “It is with true love as it is with ghosts; everyone talks about it, but few have seen it”. True love is what Romeo and Juliet, two teenagers, seem to experience in William Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet believe that they have fallen in true love with each other regardless of their family feud, Romeo’s love for another girl in the beginning of the story, and their young age. Although, some may believe that teenage love can be real, nevertheless, it is…

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