"Enduring Love" Essays and Research Papers

  • Enduring Love

    Chapter Nine is a turning point in the plot of Ian McEwan's Enduring Love. In the former chapters, Joe and Clarissa witness a ballooning accident in which a man dies. This event is an emotional shock for both of them. On that day, they meet Jed Parry, a Christian fanatic. The same night, he phones Joe saying “I love you”, but Joe, too scared of Parry and of worrying Clarissa hangs up and says that it is a wrong number (p. 37). Few days after, Joe confesses about it to Clarissa, adding that Parry...

    Enduring Love, First person, First-person narrative 2077  Words | 5  Pages

  • Discuss the Ways in Which in Chapter 1 of 'Enduring Love', Ian Mcewan Tries to Hook the Reader and Draw Him or Her Into the Narrative

    "The beginning is simple to mark". This is the opening sentence of Ian McEwan's novel "Enduring Love", and in this first sentence, the reader is unwittingly drawn into the novel. An introduction like this poses the question, the beginning of what? Gaining the readers curiosity and forcing them to read on. The very word "beginning" allows us an insight into the importance of this event, for the narrator must have analysed it many a time in order to find the moment in which it all began, and so...

    81st Academy Awards, Enduring Love, English-language films 970  Words | 3  Pages

  • ian mcewan

    with Annalena McAfee,the editor from the Guardian . After 1975s his career took off ,he first published two volumes of short stories ‘’First Love,Last Rites’’(1975) and “ In between the sheets”(1978) and seven novels: “The cement Garden”(1978),”The comfort of strangers”(1981),”The child in time”(1987), ”The innocent”(1989),”Black dog”(1992),”Enduring love”(1997),”Amsterdam”(1998).  His next novel, “Atonement “(2001), received considerable acclaim; Time magazine named it the best novel of 2002,...

    Amsterdam, Conflict, Emotion 2794  Words | 7  Pages

  • Enduring Love- Extract Analysis

    English Oral A2 -Enduring Love- This text belongs to the novel Enduring Love written by Ian McEwan. The extract is set at the beginning of the novel when Joe retells the events of the accident that will shape Joe and Clarissa’s lives forever. The main theme of the extract is the unexpected turns of life, and the binary position between order & chaos. We may relate the former theme with the way that Joe’s life changes in one minute, and the feeling of not being able to control the situation...

    Emotion, Enduring Love, English-language films 537  Words | 2  Pages

  • Film Analysis for Philosophy Class - Enduring Love

    Enduring Love Amy Duguid Viewing Philosophy Through Film Fall 2012 Dr. Mark Zlomislic Conestoga College, Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning INTRODUCTION The film Enduring Love deals with a number of different characters and their lives after participating in a traumatic event with each other. In this paper I will defend the thesis that the title “Enduring Love” is misleading; not only is it not love, but it is also not enduring. The tragic event that the...

    Affection, Definition, Endurance 968  Words | 3  Pages

  • Passion in Streetcar named desire and Enduring love

    urban New Orleans 1940, while Ian McEwan’s ‘Enduring Love’ is about endurance, or survival, and sets love in its different forms, from unconditioned, romantic, idealised and obsessive. In contrast to William’s play, McEwan’s novel is set in late twentieth century Britain, aiming at dealing with timeless concerns such as morality and love, while the play focuses on social realism. Associating the main characters, both texts involved different forms of love as its ‘liberating and imprisoning’. Interlopers...

    Elysian Fields, Elysium, Ian McEwan 2095  Words | 5  Pages

  • love

    Neidalina Ortiz Composition II Instructor Candace Peters Love Write your final draft analysis essay that evaluates a specific concept (such as love, competition, or fame). Use the guidelines shown in Chapters 5 and 6 to develop your ideas and shape your essay. You should include 3-5 outside resources in your assignment. Love is defined as a deep tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as a rising from kinship, recognition...

    Affection, Emotion, Friendship 597  Words | 3  Pages

  • love

    from interpersonal affection ("I love my mother") to pleasure ("I loved that meal"). It can refer to an emotion of a strong attraction and personal attachment.[1] It can also be a virtue representing human kindness, compassion, and affection—"the unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another".[2] It may also describe compassionate and affectionate actions towards other humans, one's self or animals.[3] Ancient Greeks identified four forms of love: kinship or familiarity (in Greek...

    Attachment theory, Friendship, Human bonding 942  Words | 4  Pages

  • Love

    Introduction – Part 1: In writing this statement I will explore the ideas and customs associated with what love is known to be, with reason and argument. I will mostly be analyzing romantic love, in relation to lovers. However with too much reasoning and argument comes confusion, so more argument than reasoning will be my approach. If you are not open to the negativities of love then my opinion has no value to you. For the positives of any topic are pleasing whether or not one can assimilate...

    Idea, Interpersonal relationship, Irrationality 1253  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love

    non-living object. That feeling is love. However, when one is forced to define love, he or she often turns to romance to find the meaning. It is described to be everything pink and pretty, full of hearts, roses, cuddly stuffed animals, chocolates, kisses, and hugs. Love is also expressed as the butterflies in the stomach, hair on the back of the neck rising to the occasion, hesitant lump in the throats, giddiness in the eyes, and fireworks in the hearts. However, love exists outside the realm of romance...

    Emotion, Love, Outline of self 1281  Words | 4  Pages

  • Love

    people would not imagine how Valentine’s day affect America and other countries from economical to emotional. Valentine’s day is easy to recognize for its many symbols: cupid which represents an angel who helps mates get together or fall in love, hearts, arrows, love cards, letters and the colors white and red representing purity and blood.(Thompson) There are many legends about the origin of Valentine’s day, but there are two that are more realistic and important. This holiday started in one place and...

    Chocolate, Love, Lupercalia 1480  Words | 4  Pages

  • love

     Is It Love? Jazmine M Hawkins Georgia Perimeter College Abstract This paper explores the findings of multiple researchers’ theories of love? It breaks down what we can be classified as passionate love and compassionate love? What does love have to do with your attention span? Some researches define love scientifically saying that love is a production of a mixture of hormones and chemical reactants while others say love is self-defined and can only be judged...

    Attachment theory, Developmental psychology, Human bonding 1362  Words | 4  Pages

  • love

    Love Love is something that most humans look for in life because it comes with one of the greatest amount of pleasure a human being can experience. The love for our mother and our entire families is one of the first thing a baby feels and as the years goes by we know that life is about two big thing: success in work field and being able to find people that will love you for who you are. Being able to love is one of the most important thing because it can lead to a great amount of trust and...

    English-language films, Family, Homosexuality 2815  Words | 7  Pages

  • Love

    Love for another often hides a greater love for oneself” By a close comparison of your two texts, discuss the representation of sex and seduction. In both Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’ and Ford’s ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore’ sex is represented as a catalyst for sin. The love which is promised by many of the central characters in the poem and the play often has a falsehood and is used as a facade for the character’s true egotistic needs within. One can see a falsehood in Giovanni’s admitted love for...

    Adam and Eve, Garden of Eden, Interpersonal relationship 1102  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love

    one-word topic "Love". This piece was written in 45 minutes (actually I had more time, I but I wasted too much time - some of it unnecessary - to think of what to write), so mind you, I was in quite a hurry. Personally, I don't think it's that good... I really wish they gave us more time for this written paper for English. Could've produced a better essay with more time, I think. So anyway, here you go. Comments will be appreciated. Love (SPM Trial Exams Essay) by Lee Zhi Wei Love. It is the one...

    Doubt, Heart, Human 959  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love

    February 1st 2012 True Love and its Obstacles Love is one of the most important things to the survival of the human race, because it allows humans to work together and connect with each other. To live life without love is not living a fulfilled life. Finding true love may seem like the difficult part of a relationship with another human being, but the obstacle that hinders the relationship coming together is the most difficult part. My essay will explore the theme “true love” and the obstacles that...

    Brothers Grimm, Cinderella, English-language films 1739  Words | 4  Pages

  • Love

    different attitudes towards love; I have selected four poems that consider this issue and show the poets true thoughts on love. Two of my texts, ‘Leaving Prince Charming Behind,’ written by Karlo Mila and ‘Advice to a discarded Lover,’ written by Fleur Adcock, both look at the theme of love and past relationships in a negative and quite a depressing manner. Whereas, the other two texts deal with both the poets sweet, happy and more realistic attitude towards the power of true love. ‘To the girl who stood...

    English-language films, Fairy, Fairy tale 1201  Words | 3  Pages

  • love

     Love Everyone has felt love at one point in their life. It could have been between two people, a pet or even a non-living object. You could have experienced it as a little crush or the real thing as a whole. Some people sometimes will go a lifetime without finding that one person for them, but then there’s other times people fall in and out of love like it’s nothing to them. You can love many things but the love between two people is priceless. Different types of people experience different...

    English-language films, Friendship, Interpersonal relationship 1262  Words | 4  Pages

  • Romantic love is often presented as a source of delusion, pain and even ruin. Compare and contrast Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and McEwan’s Enduring Love in light of this comment.

    OCR ‘AS’ English Literature coursework (F662): Task two Romantic love is often presented as a source of delusion, pain and even ruin. Compare and contrast Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and McEwan’s Enduring Love in light of this comment. Both The Great Gatsby and Enduring Love are twentieth century novels. However, the two books reflect completely different eras. The Great Gatsby is set in America, from spring to autumn in 1922. Published in 1925, Fitzgerald’s novel not only creates an impression...

    F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ginevra King, Ian McEwan 2200  Words | 6  Pages

  • Love

    several years. They are very devoted to helping and taking care of each other. Marcy and Martin have only been dating for a month but feel a very strong desire to be together. Doug and Danni are experiencing __________ love, while Marcy and Martin are experiencing __________ love. a. compassionate; passionate b. passionate; compassionate c. accommodating; compassionate d. passionate; accommodating 15. Sheldon and Sandy are in marriage counseling. When Sandy complains that...

    Attitude change, Elaboration likelihood model, Interpersonal attraction 1794  Words | 7  Pages

  • miss

    affixed with the defining of love, writers often seek to tie opposing themes together encouraging readers to believe that ‘To love is to suffer, to be loved is to cause suffering’. Such suffering, through love, is presented in the three texts.‘Enduring Love’ published in 1997, is Ian McEwan’s novel of suffering through an “entanglement” evoked by tragedy which sees the death of John Logan. However such an entanglement stirs a “torturing” powerful obsession which threatens the love of a couple and causes...

    Enduring Love, Ian McEwan, Interpersonal relationship 3713  Words | 9  Pages

  • Love

    Running Head: LOVE What’s Love Got to Do with It? Kathryn Barr Dr. Salome Dubenetzky PSY 301 January 7, 2013 LOVE Attraction is defined as a person or thing that draws, attracts, allures, or entices; a characteristic or quality that provides pleasure, an attractive feature. Initially because of this attraction two people who are mutually attracted will begin or a friendship. In the beginning of a relationship love is strong and it...

    Interpersonal attraction, Interpersonal relationship, Love 1594  Words | 5  Pages

  • Enduring Love Quotes

    from the grim reality of the incident, as he believes that prayer will help them. However, this then backfires and his need to prayer imprisons him to be alone in prayer, as Joe will not join in. Chapter 4 Page 42 “My tormentor stirred...” The love that Jed is creating in his imagination is making Joe constantly feel anxious and is imprisoning his thoughts and only allowing him to focus on Jed. Page 40 “…I returned his passion…” Because he is talking about this passion it is liberating him...

    2006 singles, Emotion, Erotomania 4511  Words | 12  Pages

  • Love Essay

    Research Paper In English “ Love does not starts and end the way we want it , Love is a battle , Love is a war , Love is part of growing up.” Love does not start the moment we want it to feel. Love sometimes come in the unexpected time , place , and person. We cannot force ourselves to love the person we want. Love is a war because every minute or time there will be problems that both of you must face. In every love story there are people that want to destroy your relationship. The couples...

    Friendship, Human sexual behavior, Human sexuality 2013  Words | 6  Pages

  • Love

    Love plays a significant role in every human beings life. There are many different forms of love in a person’s life. A person feels a different love for their friend then they do for an intimate lover. They feel different love for their families and parents then they feel for animals or objects. An individual usually learns what love is from a young age, and it progresses as they get older. Some people have trouble experiencing some forms of love because they feel like they are unable to due to past...

    Agape, Friendship, Interpersonal relationship 2175  Words | 6  Pages

  • love

    Love is a variety of different feelings, states, and attitudes that ranges from interpersonal affection ("I love my mother") to pleasure ("I loved that meal"). It can refer to an emotion of a strong attraction and personal attachment.[1] It can also be a virtue representing human kindness, compassion, and affection—"the unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another".[2] It may also describe compassionate and affectionate actions towards other humans, one's self or animals.[3] ...

    Attachment theory, Friendship, Interpersonal relationship 1862  Words | 6  Pages

  • Love

    is the theme of love. Philia, Eros, and Agape are the three types of love present in the play and are what represent the theme of love. These three types of love, Philia, Eros, and Agape are expressed by the different characters in the play. The expression of the theme of love in the play is not just there by accident; William Shakespeare put it in this comedic and romantic play with a purpose. Philia is one of the three kinds of love expressed in the play. The type of love that Philia represents...

    Agape, Friendship, Greek words for love 1173  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love

    was inspired by that relationship. “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe is most likely the most famous pastoral poem of the carpe diem or “seize the day” style. Its inspiration was most likely to convince a girl that life would be beautiful and filled with pleasures if she would be with him—his goal being seduction. Ever since the beginning of time, males and females have been looking for someone to love, someone they van spend their entire life with; and someone to accept...

    Christopher Marlowe, English-language films, Friendship 1096  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chapter 17 Enduring Love

    rationalism ‘synaesthesia... due to disorientation’, as their relationship has been. McEwan uses the division between the two to comment on the qualities of love ‘-we had lost the trick of love’ as he constructs Joe to rationalise Love as a state which can be entered and left rather than the emotion Clarissa sees it as. ‘Lost the trick’ makes Love seem to be a scientific sate, which, in the way of an experiment, can be cultivated and controlled by man with the correct conditions and expertise. Chapter...

    Academy Award for Best Actress, Conflict, Emotion 547  Words | 2  Pages

  • About Love Essay

    28 Argument Essay- What is Happiness? About Love In the world we live in, there are people who oppose love and everything that comes with it. And then there are people who are all for it and want it to happen to them. Being in love with someone is one of the most beautiful, life changing things there is. Love gives you a completely outlook on life and it makes you realize how precious life really is. As said in the beginning of the paragraph, love is not for everybody. Everyone is entitled to...

    2002 albums, American films, English-language films 1027  Words | 4  Pages

  • Love

    Love: What It Really Means What is love? When someone tells you that they love you, how are you supposed to respond? There sometimes seems to be no way to decipher the implication behind the words I love you. When one loves someone or something, to what extent is their desire? It would be ideal if the English language could have more words for love. Love is so complicated in and of itself, that even if you were to have different words; it would still be challenging to clarify. Because the English...

    Agape, Emotion, Friendship 905  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love: The Universal Constant

    idea of love in modern terms differs conceptually from that of earlier periods. That argument is demonstrably false. Although love has been characterized in many different ways throughout the ages, the fundamental idea remains constant. No matter the eccentric personalities love is entitled to, love is what it is. From a literary point of view, whether one reads the tender longing of Sappho, the unattainable desire of Petrarch, or the whimsical prose of Dickenson, the message of love-- despite...

    Concept, Emily Dickinson, Emotion 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Color of Love. Virtual Love

    In Dansy Senna's essay, "The Color of Love" and Meghan Daum's essay, "Virtual Love" there are many different themes. The most obvious theme would be the subject of love, as both essay titles include the word. Love is a certain high a person may have. He or she feel like their on top of the world when they seem to find, in their opinion, their soul mate. But, as with all the highs come all the lows. Someone can feel above the clouds but can also feel below the ground. Disappointments...

    Blame, Disappointment, Emotions 599  Words | 3  Pages

  • Making Love a Committment

    – 11775 17 October 2012 Making Love A Commitment Love songs have a great impact on listeners when they feel they need a touch of romance. Many people can relate to the lyrics. Just by hearing the words and the sound of music can bring comfort and support from the affection towards another person. The song writers can clearly state that they used their personal life experience to make the song more relevant. To also have the listeners have a melody to a love song that they can easily relate too...

    2007 films, Emotion, I Swear 1056  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love After Love

    English 1B Word Count: 1623 “The Stranger Who Was Your Self.” “Feast on your life.” Every time I hear that phrase it sends goose bumps all over my body and chills down my spine. “Love After Love” by Derek Walcott sends strong messages through his multi-cultural upbringing. Walcott was raised in Castries, St. Lucia, an ex-British colony, that reflects a lot through his Caribbean culture in his poems. Mr. Housden believes this poem is about “alienation and belonging” and “homecoming and exile”...

    Brian Wilson, Derek Walcott, English-language films 1640  Words | 4  Pages

  • Although “Romeo and Juliet” Was Written by William Shakespeare in About 1600, Its Themes of Fate and Death, Love and Hate Are Enduring Concerns for Us Today. Discuss.

    themes of fate and death, love and hate are enduring concerns for us today. Discuss. ~ “Romeo and Juliet” is a tragedy, written by the renowned Shakespeare in the 1600’s, which has remained a popular play for many people today. It tells the story of two star crossed lovers whose fleeting romance is ended by tragedy. The reason that this play is so appealing to audiences’ today lies within the main themes of the play – love and hate, death and fate. Because of the enduring the components of these...

    Characters in Romeo and Juliet, Juliet Capulet, Love 1765  Words | 4  Pages

  • Operation Enduring Freedom

    Operation Enduring Freedom Thesis: Operation Enduring Freedom began on October 7, 2001 and is still in effect today. I. Introduction A. Tragedy of 9/11 B. Response of the U.S. II. Factions A. NATO B. Northern Alliance C. Taliban III. Different Approaches A. Equipment B. Tactics C. Training IV. The Beginning A. Afghanistan and Iraq B. Philippines V. Conclusion A. Casualties ...

    Al-Qaeda, Operation Enduring Freedom, September 11 attacks 1325  Words | 4  Pages

  • Romeo and Juliet - Types of Love

    Many Types of Love Romeo and Juliet One of the many themes of Romeo and Juliet is the strength of love. In the play, different types of love form between the characters. Shakespeare uses these types of love in the play to not only keep the audience on their toes, wanting more, but also to develop a tragedy, and something unexpected. Shakespeare used true romantic, community, misplaced, and caring but conflicting love, not only between Romeo and Juliet, but between Friar Lawrence and the city of...

    Characters in Romeo and Juliet, Juliet Capulet, Love 1987  Words | 5  Pages

  • Styles of Love

     CheckPoint: Styles of Love Styles of Love There are can about 15 different versions of love but, they don’t involve the real definition or meaning of love and deviate from the six styles of love that should be recognized as real-unconditional love. We should view love in only six forms. Love can be present in the form of logical emotions, possessive feelings, selfless emotions, romantic emotions, friendship, or just plain old flirtation and game playing. ...

    Love 816  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Nature of Love

    was in love”. What does such a statement imply about the nature of love? Write an essay which argues your particular view on the nature of love and the object of that love. Limit your answer to the notion of romantic love and use Robert Ehman as a starting point. Everybody seems to believe that love is a good thing. However, not all agree on what love is. Is love that warm fuzzy feeling a person has when they are with a familiar person? According to the Bible, love is caring in action. Love is not...

    Affection, Emotion, Interpersonal relationship 2430  Words | 7  Pages

  • LOVE

    LOVE The uphill & downfall. What is love? Is it scientific, humanistic, or is it holistic? We may never know, but we can know what causes it and how it is created. Everyone wants an insight on how to keep the firing passion in their relationship, but what motivated me to learn more about this topic was my past relationship experiences; I wanted to figure out how I fell in love and have an idea on why things ended the way they did. Of course, there is no exact scientific reason why things...

    Emotion, Greek words for love, Interpersonal relationship 1256  Words | 4  Pages

  • defination of love

    The definition of love The poem’s speaker is an anonymous lover who contemplates the nature and definition of love. He begins by saying that his love is both “rare” and “strange” because it was “begotten by Despair / Upon Impossibility.” He goes on to claim that only despair could reveal to him “so divine a thing” as this love, because “Hope” could never come near it. He imagines that he “quickly might arrive” to where this love leads him, but finds that his soul’s inclinations are thwarted by Fate...

    A Perfect Circle, Affection, James Iha 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love and Person

    Love has a definition—a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person—but yet has so many different meanings. Thesauruscoping demonstrates the different meanings in which the word Love can deliver. The synonym of Love, Adoration, does not necessarily mean that these words have the same meaning. The definition of Adoration is the act of paying honor, as to a divine being or to worship. These words can be isolated from each other by meaning because they are two different descriptions....

    Emotion, Feeling, Interpersonal attraction 950  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love Definition

    1    Love, What is it?         What is Love?  Everyone has felt it at one time maybe for a person or something they truly  cherish. Love is felt in different ways. “Some people look for what seem their whole lifetimes for  love, where others may seem to fall in and out of love on a regular basis”. Here we are talking  about people. We can love many things, but the love between two people is unique and  remarkable.        Love is a unique feeling of respect, and devotion. In many ways, love shapes the personality ...

    Daddy's Little Girls, Friendship, Interpersonal relationship 1079  Words | 5  Pages

  • Love as an Entity

    Love as an Entity There are different varieties of love, each with its own capabilities to invoke powerful emotions. An idealistic love is a form of love which in many ways is quixotic and lacking essential attributes, proof of which can be found in the works of Christopher Marlowe and Sir Walter Ralegh. Another potent form of love is pure love which is unconditional and timeless as expressed by Shakespeare and Elizabeth Berrett Browning. On a different note, a twisted love is flawed and bound...

    British poems, Christopher Marlowe, Elizabeth Barrett Browning 864  Words | 3  Pages

  • Victim of Love

    Aiwen Zhang Professor Griffin Fall 2013 September 27, 2013 Unit 1 Assignment Final Draft Victim of Love The writer of Short Talks (1992), Anne Carson, is a Canadian poet, an essayist and a literary critic. She is erudite and innovative, having various fields of knowledge and writing with facetious languages and meaningful thought. Anne Carson would like to leave open mind for her readers as she said: ”I don’t know that we really...

    Emotion, English-language films, Love 1651  Words | 4  Pages

  • Love of Parents

    Love of Parents by Ronaire Joy G. Del Rosario An endless love of parents is a treasure forever cherish by their children. INTRODUCTION The parents know, what kind of a man their child will be, because he'll be their reflection.A child is going to be born. Now it is very important that parents must love their baby. They must dream about...

    2006 singles, Childhood, Happiness 766  Words | 5  Pages

  • true love

    TRUE LOVE IS A BASIS FOR MARRIAGE Nowadays, people can easily date and fall in love together. Love is one of the most important things in our lives. We may live sadly and lonely without love especially love from opposite sexes. However, getting married is a very important decision, people need to think carefully about. Some people think that true love is a basic to get married. In my opinion, I disagree with that because getting married depends on a lot of thing, and true love may...

    Divorce, Family, Interpersonal relationship 843  Words | 3  Pages

  • Contradictions of Love

    Franz Kafka once said, “Love is a drama of contradictions.” In other words, love can cause joy as well as sorrow. Often in life, people are in love and therefore have many contradictions with those that they love. William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet explains the rivalry between two households, the Montagues and the Capulets. Romeo, a Montague, and Juliet, a Capulet, fall in love, but since their houses experience strong hatred toward each other, they must withstand difficult challenges and face...

    Characters in Romeo and Juliet, Love, Mercutio 1062  Words | 3  Pages

  • True Love

    Alex True Love This is something that divides us as humans, with quite a lot of gray area in the middle. You will find people that swear to the truth of this and others that try to finally prove it false. Right now I see myself in the grey area, questioning. Does true love exist? Is it possible for everyone? I am not sure even what this is seeing as I have yet to be in love. I have often asked myself if there was a one true love for me and if someone somewhere was pulling the strings just right...

    2004 singles, Evidence, Interpersonal relationship 2485  Words | 6  Pages

  • Love in Othello

    Through out the tragic play Othello, Shakespeare illustrates many different types of love. In many cases however, this love proves to be misguided or false. Because a plethora of imprudent relationships control the characters; Shakespeare utilizes mistaken love to derail the one true love in the play between Othello and Desdemona. Ultimately the tragic ending of this play evolves from a culmination of misguided love between: Iago and Roderigo, Cassio and Bianca, as well as Iago and Othello. The...

    Affection, Iago, Interpersonal relationship 1363  Words | 4  Pages

  • love and loyalty

    Love and loyalty are two things that should not be taken in vain! If you offer attractive pay, you’ll probably succeed in hiring good employees. But if you reward employees with something unexpected, you’re likely to get more productivity out of them. The takeaway: The lesson goes beyond the simple test that the researchers undertook. They say it shows that the right strategy can lead to stronger results. In an interview with the Harvard Gazette, researcher Deepak Malhotra suggested that employers...

    Feel Good Inc., Fuck, Hyundai Dynasty 973  Words | 4  Pages

  • God Is Love

    of appeasement, the God of the Bible is characterized as the essence of love. “God is love” (1 John 4:8, 16). Since God is love and since God is eternal, then God’s love is eternal. Moreover, since love requires that the one who loves have an object to love, and since God’s love is eternal, then an object of God’s love must have existed throughout eternity. That eternal object of God’s love was his Son, Jesus Christ. God’s love for the Son is affirmed by many scriptures (John 3:35; 5:20; 10:17; 15:9;...

    Bible, Books of the Bible, Gospel of John 1410  Words | 3  Pages

  • Essays in Love

    Essays in Love is a novel about two young people, who meet on an airplane between London and Paris and rapidly fall in love. The structure of the story isn’t unusual, but what lends the book its interest is the extraordinary depth with which the emotions involved in the relationship are analysed. Love comes under the philosophical microscope. An entire chapter is devoted to the nuances and subtexts of an initial date. Another chapter mulls over the question of how and when to say ‘I love you’. There’s...

    Black-and-white films, Emotion, Family 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love and Hate

    Or Love - An intense feeling of deep affection or fondness. I'll begin with Love's case. We've all heard of true love and what it can do to one's mind, but who has actually been so committed to you to make you forget about life. I'm not talking about the odd hazy scene around that crush or the butterflies you felt when your saw her staring at you. I'm talking about an endless relationship where love and nothing else make up your strong connection....

    Emotion, Love 998  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love in the Time of Cholera

    Love in the time of cholera The main characters of the novel are Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza. Both Florentino and Fermina fell in love with each other in their youth. A secret relationship blossomed between the two with the help of Fermina's Aunt Escolástica. They exchanged several love letters. However, once her father, Lorenzo Daza, finds out about the two, he forced his daughter to stop seeing him immediately. When she refuses, he and his daughter move in with his deceased wife's family...

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