Analysis Of Heloise And Abelard: Love Hurts

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In “Heloise & Abelard: Love Hurts”, Cristina Nehring points out that people today do not value romanticism as an admirable element of love, but become more self-centered and try to avoid hurts that love is attached to. People think romanticism is archaic. Therefore, Nehring illustrates that, “The story of Abelard and Heloise hardly resonates with the spirit of our age.”
However, I disagree with Nehring’s point. Love is an emotion which rationality can hardly control. Even if the importance of rationality and the one of emotion become a disproportion in the process of decision making, people still need to go through the process of choosing and the procedure hurts feelings.
Some people do not marry because of love today but they had experiences

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