and pin trees and in clouds and in those little specks of light you see floating in sunbeams. Although we never really find out whether the couple will end up happy together, the journey they undertake from idyllic Southern plantations, to mourning for lost ones in post-war America has us rooting for them all the way. I love you Buttercup said. Theres also some casual racism, supernatural elements and a touch of grave-hopping which all makes for a gripping love story that broke boundaries in Brontes time in more ways than one. It was like being in church." James. What light through yonder window breaks? Love, lust and drama unfolds for the Bennet sisters and of course Elizabeths disdain for Darcy eventually thaws which results in that much-sought-after proposal at the end of the novel.
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Similarly, yet no less powerful in emotion, is James Joyce's. I know by experience that the poets are right: Love is eternal.". Rochester, jane Eyre, in Charlotte Bronts novel, Jane Eyre is the possibly-telepathic orphan who has a tough time at boarding school before becoming a governess herself. "I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. Best line: No, I dont think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly. Running at Ron, she flung them around his neck and kissed him full on the mouth. It is at once our most comforting support and the thing that makes us lose our balance. "Do I love you? Rich-throned immortal Aphrodite, the Roman Catullus explores the misery of leaving a loved one and refers to it as a cancer (1248, 21) in a collection of his work entitled. Le Guin, The Lathe of Heaven. A classic love story centred around the witty, independent Elizabeth Bennet who resists caving to the social expectations of marriage in Georgian England whilst assisting her sisters with their own love lives. But dangerous Road Users objectional and bias this is a beautiful line.) Source: Artificial Eye via imdb.