Relationship Between Men and Women

Topics: Edgar Allan Poe, Love, Marriage Pages: 3 (627 words) Published: March 16, 2011
Relationship between Men and women


Relationship between woman and men is multisided as well as quite complex and. In this relationship there might be love, as well as unleashed passion, make individuals life bright, full of emotions and impressions.



In this story the beautiful relations ship of men and women described, in this story the narrator of the story Edgar Allan Poe describes the prettiness beauty as well as attractiveness of her wife, Ligeia the name of the narrator's wife, in this story there is a description of her beauties, Ligeia was a slender and tall with pale skin and long black hair, in this story there is a description that both husband and wife was enjoying their life in a very romantic and beautiful manner, unfortunately wife passed away, she left her loving husband alone and left the world for ever, his husband became said because he loss his beautiful tall and slender loving wife for ever, he loved her wife a lot, when she left him alone and passed away his heart broken-down, he felt discomfort, the reason of his discomfort was the his beautiful relationship with his lovely wife, he supposed that he can relaxed form his discomfort ness, if he create new relationship with another women, therefore after the passage of time he married again but the question raise here that either it is possible that, a man who love some one and marry with another women, is a best way to forget his love and relation, then in this story answer of this question can be find, because when a men who was in loved with his wife marry with another women after the death of his wife failed to find love and comfort with new wife, even he start to missed his previous wife thinks more and more, this indicate that beautiful relationship of love can never finished by death (Allan, pp259-261).

The story named "The Spectacles" is written by Edgar Allan Poe, this is a comedy story regarding one side love, the narrator of the...

Cited: Allan, Edgar; 2005; Tales of Mystery and Imagination; Kessinger Publishing; ISBN 1419115928, 9781419115929; pp259-261.
Allan, Edgar; 2008; Edgar Allan Poe 's Annotated Short Stories; Bottletree Books LLC;
ISBN1933747188, 9781933747187; pp265-268
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