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Love through the Ages Chart
Main Themes:
- Romance and passion
- Love and marriage
- Illicit love
- Meetings and partings
- Parents and family


Text Year Aspects Quote Analysis
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Signifies the breakdown of traditional
The Great Marriage "Neither of them can stand
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First word `I', last word `you
distance between the
1572-1 Syndetic list ­ only apprec
The Indifferent Carpe Diem "I can love her, and her, and
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John Donne Gender you and you"
Ren. quantity over quality & com
The Scrutiny 1642-1 "Have I not…

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Shakespeare
Marriage
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The Rivals Anti-se Identity
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Late 18th ­ Romanticism. 1740- Victorian era
o Valued nature and emotion over reason
o Troubled by industrialisation
Late 18th ­ Gothic Novels
o Combining romance with horror

19th Century

Victorian era
Poetry: Keats, Rossetti
o Sentimental, melancholic, morbid
o Did not satirise neoclassicism
Rise in novels
Satire
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