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Most famous lovers in literature

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Famous Lovers in international literature

Rated 2 points - posted 8 years ago by irina in category Books.
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Tristan and Isolde Report Abuse
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Romeo and Juliet Report Abuse
“Oh, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?”, every lady is crying. We must admit this is the most love story ever written.
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Werther and Lotte Report Abuse
After this story was written, a suicide wave hit the young men and women who read Goethe’s book. It touched a lot of souls, because of the strong feelings young Wether could keep inside.
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Gomez & Morticia Addams Report Abuse
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Salim and Anarkali Report Abuse
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Samson and Delilah Report Abuse
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Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler Report Abuse
"Gone with the wind" in an incredible novel by Margaret Mitchell, but it is known more as the movie with the same name. It is a love story about passion, during the Civil War battles. “Tomorrow in another day” in one of the most known quotes ever.
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Cyrano and Roxane Report Abuse
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Robin Hood and Maid Marian Report Abuse
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Odysseus and Penelope Report Abuse
The story touches the readers’ hearts wih the love that lasted despite the 20 years separation and the trust that Penelope’s husband is alive during all this time.
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Jane Eyre and Rochester Report Abuse
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Tarzan and Jane Report Abuse
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Pyramus and Thisbe Report Abuse
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Emma and Knightley, Jane Austen Report Abuse
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Orpheus and Eurydice Report Abuse
The greatest ancient greek love story. Orpheus, heart broken because the death of his wife, travels to the underworld and beg Hades and Persephone to allow Eurydice to return to earth.
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Lancelot and Guinevere Report Abuse
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Elizabeth Bennett and Darcy, Jane Austen Report Abuse
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Paris and Helena Report Abuse
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Pocahontas and John Smith Report Abuse
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Layla and Majnun Report Abuse
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Abelard and Eloise Report Abuse
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