Heartbreak and vengeance make the perfect cocktail for any juicy story, but so does the concept of a twisted illusion of reality. Stories of passion such as, Evona Darling written by Silas House and My Ex-Husband written by Gabriel Spera, are both examples of stories that give the reader the equation of love and hate entwined together with the tainted sense of reality. House descriptively writes a story about the passion of a mother’s love whose heart has been taken away by her child’s father, who through suspicious friends got Evona’s custody stripped away from her. On the other hand, Spera creates her poem in her perspective of being married to a man that betrayed her and played his cards of deceit. Both stories were passionately written after love had partaken, but the fairy tale ends had come upon them.
1. Act 1, scene 1 “Again” by Fetty Wap For this scene I chose the song “Again” by Fetty Wap because in this scene, Romeo describes his feelings about his love for Rosaline, similar to when the song says, “I want you to be mine again baby, I know my lifestyle is driving you crazy, but I cannot see myself without you.” 2. Act 1, scene 1 “Rude” By Magic Another song that goes with this scene would be “Rude” by Magic because, Rosaline Rejects Romeo’s love, because she does not have the same feelings, and said she had sworn to live a chaste life, which put’s this song in Romeo’s perspective when it says, “Why you gotta be so rude? Don’t you know I’m human too?” 3. Act 1, scene 3 “Amazing” by Bruno Mars In this scene Romeo
Love is an emotion that has an everlasting effect on one’s life by because it defines an individual’s romantic relationships. One might still dwell on the past because love, one of the most important emotions in our lives, defines us. For example, Foer states, “The sight of of him was like an earthquake shaking me to piece” (3). Furthermore, at that point in time, the woman was telling herself that she was going to tell her old boyfriend how she felt when he broke up with her. Rather than moving on, the woman dwelled on the past instead of moving on from the relationship.
However, Estha features in Rahel’s list of people she is ‘supposed’ to love and not one of those she loves. Right from the beginning, the author has subtly established and emphasized the ‘laws of love’ and they become the frame of reference when later on, love crosses the boundaries and breaks these ‘ground rules’. Ammu and Velutha’s relationship is one such example that defies these as Velutha is an untouchable. Although their families cannot bear this and punish them with exile and death, Ammu and Velutha’s relationship represents true romantic love in the plot. Love and sexuality also take an abusive form as seen in the molestation of Estha by the Orangedrink Lemondrink Man, beating of Mammachi, ill-treatment of Ammu at the hands of an abusive ‘Baba’.
Many authors use different ways to help develop the characters. One way authors do so, is by the conflict of the story. In “Annabel Lee”, a poem by Poe, the conflict of the poem helps the reader understand how lonely the narrator of the story is. “Hop Frog”, another text of Poe’s, the conflict helps the reader know how bad Hop Frog wants to leave, because the King kidnapped him from his hometown. Another example, not from Poe, is the novel “Speak”; which the conflict brings the reader to know how the character is lonely, depressed, and even confused.
Although she does not want to, their is a part of her that wants to be with him and is jealous that he has found another woman to love. This song is giving the audience a lesson that we are all strong and that it is always possible to be happy even when it does not seem like it. Despite how strong she is, she still hurts and speaks to her ex who left her broken hearted. “I heard that you 're settled down, that you found a girl and you’re married now,” they broke up and Adele is having an onerous time getting over him. While he is married and now moved on to new things in his life, “I heard that your dreams came true.” This creates an internal conflict of her feeling alone and broken, causing great emotion.
In her poem, I Cannot Live With You, Emily Dickinson challenges the construction of the concept “Romantic” poetry and the social and political morals, "not knowing when the dawn will come, I open every door possible". This statement is a layout about Dickinson 's work and how despite the fact that everything in life won 't come the easy way, always keeping the door completely always give you that chance. The poem I Cannot Live With You, written in 1848 by artist Emily Dickinson. This sonnet shares the intelligent sensibility of Romance which was Dickinson 's highlight in composing, propelling her considerations about her lover, gradually, from the first declaration to the destroying conclusion. Through the use of language features, structures and ideas, Emily Dickinson positions the audience/reader to acknowledge her perspective of the Romantic Period and why it must be incorporated into the anthology.
“Sonnets from the Portuguese” by Elizabeth Barret Browning and “The Great Gatsby” by Scott Fitzgerald both focus heavily on love and all that encompasses it, but that’s not all that they are about there is so much more than that. They are concerned with mortality, not being able to move on from the past, being able to be more than what society limits us to. Both writers use love at times as a focal point for these other concerns that they assess through their literary works, it is through love that these concerns are presented. Throughout all of history humans have been concerned with their mortality, I mean who in this room wants to die and see what’s next? Who would take the gamble?
I wrote a letter where I express the silly, difficult, crazy, and romantic love that John feels for Lenina, the aim is to demonstrate that love is not always the most important thing because you need to think first in your wellness. In the story John meets Lenina when she goes to Malpais with Bernard. After this trip, Lenina felt sexually attracted by John, but he got in love with her. This led to a dramatic story where many factors are involved, such as love, deception, lack of moral and death. It is important to comprehend the relationship that the characters have with each other.
At night, the stars they seem to cry; As well as love it cries out for the death of time; and the star lover morns its passing. This line is what I feel can be best used to sum up the many sonnets and songs that make up Sir Philip Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella. According to a brief biography written in the Norton Anthology for English Literature, While Sidney was “a jealous protector of his privacy” Astrophil and Stella seems to be the one work of his that he seems to examine his own “emotional being”. This may be in part due to his much speculated relationship with Penelope Devereux, a woman who for a while was contracted to marry Sidney only for the marriage talks to fall through. Still it is interesting to examine this work not for its