“The Tragedy of a Desperate and Hopeless Love” What are the limits of love? Is despairing love boundless and its ill-fated actions expected to be understood? How far is too far in an attempt to ease the hurt of a broken heart? The Love Suicides at Amijima is an emotional and sentimental story that demonstrates a more mind boggling look on affection, while Oroonoko gives an exemplary interpretation of a widespread romantic tale that everybody can rely upon, adoration everlasting. Both of these stories are socially various and significantly engage them.
Gatsby is Obsessed AF When humans fall in love, sometimes the extent to which it occurs may lead to an obsession. Obsession can come in different forms, but most of the time it leads to a devastation of the individual. While being deeply in love with another is most of the time a good thing, once the obsession kicks in, certain conflicts may arise. Throughout F. Scott Fitzgerald’s writing of The Great Gatsby, Gatsby performs multiple actions that are very questionable and make him a suspect to this stalker type character. The main question many readers focus on is whether Gatsby is deemed as creepily obsessive or cute and romantic in the book.
Although, the characters have good intentions, many things go wrong. Love is an idea that your heart wants another person for you to be complete. False love is a thought that your mind wants another human. Lysander is madly in love with Hermia. His heart longs for her love, which is shown when he
I feel as if this still happens currently because us teenagers get all absorbed in the thought of “love” that you need someone to complete you, when they haven't even completed themselfs yet. that is were self worth comes into play, i think most teenagers that have romantic relationships do not know their self worth yet so they feel empty which makes them think they need someone to fill that empty hole. The bad part about that is you can't love anybody until you love yourself. when one doesn't know their self worth they allow people to do things that they truly don't deserve like getting treated poorly, abused, manipulated and get into unhealthy relationships. Another thing that comes into play is young people not knowing the difference between love and lust, lust is have a very strong sexual desire for someone love is an intense feeling of deep affection for someone.
However Mike Hardcastle states, "Unrequited love"—love that isn't reciprocated—can be one of life's most painful experiences, for both teens and adults.” (Hardcastle, Web) If Mercutio in "Romeo and Juliet" was portrayed differently instead of his apparent anti-woman, and his attitude towards love the audience would miss out on an important minor character. Mercutio views love as physical pursuit unlike the majority of other males in this time period, has no limit on his tongue when it comes to women in general; absolutely Mercutio doesn’t look kindly on unrequited love in
As a result of love potion, it causes the obsession instead. It doesn’t last so long ; it will be determined to last as much as the drinker or receiver take. Love potion may satisfied a giver but also makes he or she realize about the fact that a drinker or receiver doesn’t fall in love for real. It is so painful to see a drinker or receiver turn back to reality and refuses the love from a giver again. Love potion is appeared in many stories.
Love. Love is one beautiful way people use to identify one’s fondness. However, people do not always perceive one’s affection as “love.” There are different ways love can be expressed, yet individuals tend to portray their affection excessively unaware of the aggressive manners presented during the process. This superficial aspect causes people to misinterpret one’s fondness as loathing although the actions deep inside provide an insight into genuine love. The miscommunication further develops people’s relationships divergent from the original intent of the actions, arousing disputes.
Love is an especially disputed topic throughout the world, and many have yet to figure out what love actually means to them. There are countless interpretations and beliefs of what love is and it is different for each person. The Sound Of Waves by Yukio Mishima and Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson both explore different ideas of love and how it works within one’s life by setting up certain gender roles, analyzing environment, and using the genre of the book to design their vision of a love story. Gender roles in the Sound Of Waves has an incredibly traditional feel to the entire story, and for the characters in the book they are classic archetypes to portray. The man is the one who makes the move in the relationship, does
Written Commentary on Havisham Love can drive people to say very strange things and do some stranger actions. Love could make people happy or can completely devastate them, depending on how their time with romance went. Most people end up on the lighter side of love, happily married but some have gotten on the darker side which could lead to some life ruining moments. There are plenty of reasons that someone could have a ruined image of love such as having their partner cheat on them, but in the poem named Havisham it was much worse. The author Carol Ann Duffy utilizes many literary devices in the poem Havisham to communicate the idea that love can ruin someone.