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  • Wife And The Hotel Keeper
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    Relationships, lust, and love are all things that can consume any man or women no matter what. They can be some of the most confusing things that sometimes may not ever make sense, but that's what makes them so interesting. The two stories Cat In The Rain and The Horse Dealer's Daughter share a common way in which men and women hold their relationships. They basically show that men treat women with a certain cruelty except when they are lusting for them. In Cat In The Rain by Hemingway there is ...
  • Donne's Words
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    Valediction John Donne's "A Valediction: Forbidden Mourning" is a poem written about a man who is explaining to his wife the state of their love and how it will be as he is preparing for a journey. The title illustrates a farewell to the speaker's wife forbidding her to be unhappy and mournful at his depart. Donne compares the leaving to death of a man, but not as unfavorable because his absence is only temporary: "As virtuous men pass mildly away / and whisper to their souls to go... / There pr...
  • Lantin's New Wife
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    The Happiness and Misery of Monsieur Lantin At the beginning of "The Jewels", Lantin meets the woman of his dreams (and of every other man's) and immediately falls in love with and marries her. Their lives go on in perfect harmony and happiness, and every day Lantin falls more deeply in love with his adorable wife. Lantin has only two complaints about the character of his wife: her love of the theater and her love of fake jewelry. Eventually Lantin stops going to the theater, and his wife goes a...
  • Love For His Wife
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    Love and what is needed for it exist as seen in two works Love is a deep emotional feeling toward a person. Love comes in many forms, each being expressed in slightly different ways. There is the mothers love which she has for her child; a love of self, which aids in self preservation and self worth; there is love shared abroad to friends and family members; and love between a couple. Everyday we pass by people expressing affection and love, and partake in loving experiences with the people we e...
  • Aylmer Wife
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    The Birthmark Would you ever kill the man or woman that you loved Just to satisfy your deep inner passion for science One man did, he slowly made his wifes life shorter by every passing day. It is your choice to feel that he loved his wife, or he loved her just to make a science project. You should never mix work with love as this man unfortunately found out. Now you must learn a little bit about the characters to base your assumption. Aylmer is the husband that tried desperately to get a minor ...
  • Love Frankl And His Wife
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    To comprehend the unfaltering love of Victor Frankl, we must understand his circumstances. There is no way we can step into his shoes to experience his tragedies, but his vivid descriptions help us vicariously relive his tribulation. He opens a window into his world, and we can actually see the scenes he paints for us. The accompanying guards kept shouting at us and driving us with the butts of their rifles, he says (348). It is difficult to put ourselves in his position of despair. Being forced...
  • Mrs Pinchwife Believes
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    Gialloreto 1 Chris GialloretoEnglish 301-02-Dr. Griffin February 21, 2001 The Representation of Marriage in The Country Wife William Wycherley represents marriage in a peculiar way in The Country Wife. The classic marital values of love, trust, and becoming one with your partner in a bond of love are distorted by intense emotion. The appropriately named Mr. Pinchwife is a jealous husband who moves his new wife Margery to the country with hopes keep her from the outside world, namely the city of ...
  • Donne's Tone Changes In The Poem
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    Simile and Metaphor in John Donne's "A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" Valediction: a farewell address forbidding his wife to mourn, strikes me as an title for this poem. Donne's title has an implied meaning that contradicts how this poem leads the reader to believe it's a love poem he writes to his wife before leaving on a journey to France. A love so strong, so pure, that the bond could never possibly be broken, even after death. Two souls who will always be together physically and spiritual...
  • Marie De France And Geoffery Chaucer
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    Love is the central theme of the two stories Lanval, by Marie De France, and The Prologue and Tale of the Wife of Bath in The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffery Chaucer. The authors have very similar opinions about the nature of love and how people react to being in love. One of the messages conveyed in both stories is the irresistible power that a woman has over a man who is in love with her. The authors use their characters to illustrate the idea that love and sexual desire can easily be used for p...
  • Bolt Of Cloth The Narrator
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    The short story "A Bolt of White Cloth" written by Leon Rooke creatively introduces an allegorical character as a peddler, who sells cloth for love and ends up making a bargain with a couple forever changing their life and character. Rooke achieves his purpose demonstrating that love and trust are inextricably linked. The peddler's very strange appearance leads the reader to believing the peddler's mysterious or supernatural being. "His eyes were dark and brooding and hollowed out some. He was l...
  • Young Master Wu Lives
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    In the novel The Bond Maid, written by Catherine Lim, it proves that lover is not always as grand and as wonderful as it may seem. It has horrifying side effects that takes a toll on any human brain. Love can either destroy or mend a human's soul. Love is also a pattern: First you fall in love, then you get hurt. It does not matter how love ends because it will always end in pain. As children, Han, the main female character, and Wu, the main male character, were constantly around each other. Han...
  • Cinnamon Peeler And His Wife
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    "I am the cinnamon peeler's wife. Smell me" (ll. 45-46). "The Cinnamon Peeler", written by Michael Ondaatje, is a story of the relationship between a cinnamon peeler and his wife. Ondaatje uses excessive imagery as to allow his readers to visualize the interactions between this husband and wife. In the first few stanzas off the poem, Ondaatje conveys to his audience the power that this said cinnamon smell can hold. Towards the middle of the poem, the nuisance of such a fragrant smell is expresse...
  • Mama Elena And Gabriela's Love
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    It seems as if most Latin novels and films are very infatuated with depicting strong and passionate love. Both "Like Water for Chocolate" and "Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon" represented love in its pure nature and in its various stages. In both literary works love was repressed by outside parties, Tita's love was repressed by Mama Elena and Gabriela's love was periodically suppressed by societal codes. The Latin writers and directors do a very good job in depicting the roller coaster ride called ...
  • Goes To His Beer
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    What character traits made Malacy the man he is Malacy has a couple of traits that make him the man he is. First he is selfish. Second he is prideful. Lastly he loves his children. First he is selfish because when ever he gets the money he only goes out and buys a pint. When is wife has a new baby he gets his check and goes out and spends it all on beer. When he goes to England all the money he earns goes to his beer. Meanwhile his wife is begging from the preis t and breaking down walls in her ...
  • Wife's Body
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    Biblical View of SEX (verses from the BIBLE) " The body is not meant for sexual immorality, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body Do you not know that your bodies are members of Christ himself? Shall I then take the members of Christ and unite them with a prostitute? Never! Do you not know that he who unites himself with a prostitute is one with her in body? For it is said ' the two will become one flesh' ' [I Corinthians 6: 13-16] [When you have sex with someone, you become one.] "The hus...

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