Love through the Ages

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Mind Map on Love through the Ages, created by chrkemp on 02/23/2015.

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Love through the Ages
1 Forbidden
1.1 Romeo & Juliet Shakespeare
2 Destructive
2.1 My last Duchess Robert Browning
2.1.1 'twas not her husbands presence only, called that spot of joy into the Duchessess cheek
2.1.2 'I gave commands'
2.1.3 'then all smiles stopped together'
2.2 Porhyria's Lover Robert Browning
2.2.1 'the sullen wind was soon awake'
2.2.2 'all her hair in one long yellow string I wound three times her throat around and strangled her'
2.3 The Collector John Fowles
2.3.1 'my tongues my defence with him, my tongue and my look'
2.3.2 'its the fact that he's got me'
2.3.3 'I put the gag on first, then I strapped her down'
2.4 A Winters Tale Shakespear
3 Lost (in death)
3.1 A Winters Tale Shakespeare
3.2 Book Ends Tony Harnson
3.2.1 'She suddenly dropped dead'
3.2.2 'I can't squeeze more love into their stone'
3.2.3 'Your life's all shattered into smithereens'
3.3 My last Duchess Robert Browning
3.3.1 'looking as if was alive'
4 Unrequited
4.1 Enduring Love Ian McEwan
4.2 Pride and Prejudice Jane Austin
4.2.1 'with the design of selecting a wife'
4.2.2 'you may assure yourself that no ungenerous reproach shall ever pass my lips when we are married'
4.3 Warming her pearls Carol Ann Duffy
4.3.1 'She's beautiful. I dream about her in my bed'
4.3.2 'all day I think of her'
4.4 The Collector John Fowles
4.4.1 'Miranda became the purpose of my life'
5 Romantic
5.1 Pride and Predjudice Jane Austin
5.2 The Sun Rising John Donne
5.2.1 'She's all states and all princes, I'
5.2.2 'this bed thy centre is, these walls, thy sphere'
5.3 He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven Yeates
5.3.1 'tread softly because you tread on my dreams'
5.3.2 'I have spread my dreams under your feet'
5.4 Sonnet 18 Shakespeare
5.4.1 'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day'
5.4.2 'darling buds of May'
5.4.3 'thou art more lovely'
6 Sexual
6.1 A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams
6.1.1 'we've had this date with each other from the beginning'
6.1.2 'rough-house'
6.1.3 'springs towards her'
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