Best Couples In LiteratureLove is all encompassing, as love is intruding. Love binds, as it breaks. Love is the hardest part as it is the easiest. Love is everywhere. There is no form of art that is devoid of the portrayal of love. Especially literature.
Ten greatest couples in literature
I mean, I make my living playing with fictional couples, so I must enjoy it, right? Here are my top ten favorite literary couples of all time. Gatsby and Daisy from F. And as number ten on my list, this is just one of the many doomed couples I have fallen for over the years. And I adore them for it. Othello and Desdemona from Shakespeare's Othello : another tragic couple, but one of my favorites. He kills her when he believes she has had an affair, then kills himself when he finds out it's not true.
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All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way , Tolstoy wrote. Same goes for couples. Then go eat some chocolate or something. Hard-drinking and seething with resentment, their marriage now consists of an elaborate series of dangerous emotional games. The dark, but mutually agreed-upon fictions that both poison and sustain them threaten to escape their control when Nick and Honey, a naive young All-American couple, arrive for a drink. George pretends to shoot Martha in the head with a hunting rifle, Martha tries to have sex with a drunken Nick in the bathroom. The evening does not end well.
Peeta and Katniss — The Hunger Games series. A strange connection develops at the Arena; they are supposed to be enemies, but their friendship somehow survives. They go through so much together that their relationship is largely built on their shared experiences, and over the course of the series, their bond grows ever stronger. At the beginning of the novel, he walks into the room before declaring that none of the ladies within it are worth a second glance — including Elizabeth. The book culminates with the duo changing completely; giving up both prejudices and pride.
Love is a powerful emotion. Throughout history couples in love have caused wars and controversy, created masterpieces in writing, music, and art, and have captured the heart of the public with the power of their love. From the allure of Cleopatra to the magnetism of the Kennedy's, these love affairs have stood as markers in history. Prepare to swoon over these love stories of the centuries. She was another man's wife, but when Paris, the "handsome, woman-mad" prince of Troy, saw Helen, the woman whom Aphrodite proclaimed the most beautiful in the world, he had to have her.