love through the ages

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Infidelity, Forbidden Love, Conventional Love
“If little by little you stop loving me, I shall stop loving you little by little.” - If You Forget Me - Pablo Neruda.
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“But at first, when our day was fair” - The Voice - Thomas Hardy
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“A heart whose love is innocent!” - She Walks in Beauty - Lord Byron
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Infidelity, Forbidden Love, Conventional Love
“Talking in bed ought to be easiest” - Talking in Bed - Phillip Larkin
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Sacrifice for love, Love Inflicting Pain, Romantic Love, Unconventional Love
“My love for Heathcliffe resembles the eternal rock.”protagonist inflicts physical pain upon himself because their love is solidified and therefore this overcomes the physical pain
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“She loved me for the dangers I had passed, and I loved her that she pitied them.” - Othello his links to the shakespeare play because the dude stabbed himself for the ‘dangers that cleopatra had passed’ so it fits with sacrifice
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Sacrifice for love, Love Inflicting Pain, Romantic Love, Unconventional Love
“His unkindness may defeat my life, but will never taint my love.”
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“I never talk scandal, I only talk gossip”Lady W Fan - with the prose text because it talks about scandal in that text and written in the same period)
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“Love is easily killed” - Lady Windermere’s Fan - Oscar Wilde
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"Straight? What's 'Straight'? A line can be straight, or a street. But the heart of the human being?' - Blanche - A Streetcar Named Desire.
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Bertha in Jane Eyre - "the mad women in the attic" love destroyed her and resulted in her killing herself.
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