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6 Novels that Redefine Love

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6 Novels that Redefine Love

 

  1. P.S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern- Nothing surpasses the love of the husband who is soon-to-die but paves a path of life for his wife. Surely life is given by God but the power to live it and enjoy it is bestowed by the love of a Husband like Gerry.P S I love you, v=cecelia ahern, gerard butler

 

  1. Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D.H. Lawrence – Chained and suffocated in chivalry so much so your existence becomes a burden. Solace in a natural setting becomes your companion. You wait so long to be held by a warm pair of arms that you do not mind even if those arms are of a gamekeeper. Passion should be kept alive.

 

  1. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – Love is at par from classes and social status. They might seem to be an issue at first but when patriarchal outlook is rejected, love seems to be the only valuable thing. At times it is beneficial to get a blow at male ego.
    pride and prejudice, Jane austen
  1. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green- Finding a reason to sustain in the final days of your life. What is a more powerful tool than love? When everything seems to be nearing to its end,love gives you a new hope. The hope of not expecting a longer life and a happy ending, but to live the rest of your life with dignity and composer.
    the fault in our stars, john green

 

  1. Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys- Love might result in your death, it might lead you to the pathway of insanity but you never let go. You prefer ending your life than letting your husband share his bed with another woman.

 

 

  1. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte – Hardships are part and parcel of one’s life but is anyone’s love so strong that destiny is forced to bring the duo together? Is love strong enough to oversee the physical deformity and mistakes of one’s past.
    Jane eyre, charlotte bronte

 

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