CATEGORIES OF LOVE THROUGH THE AGES

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A Level English Mind Map on CATEGORIES OF LOVE THROUGH THE AGES, created by charlotterussell on 03/26/2015.

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CATEGORIES OF LOVE THROUGH THE AGES
1 Timeless love
1.1 The Anniversay - John Donne
1.1.1 “When bodies to their graves, souls from their grave remove”
1.1.1.1 “Death were no divorce”
1.1.1.1.1 “Souls where nothing dwells but love”
1.2 Touch by Thom Gunn
1.2.1 "Continous Creation"
1.3 • A Letter To Her Husband, Absent Upon Public Employment
1.3.1 “My head…more”
1.3.1.1 “Soon we should be together”
1.3.1.1.1 “My chilled limbs now numbed in forlorn”
2 Overwhelming/uncontrollable love
2.1 Women in Love by DH Lawrence
2.1.1 “A strange transport took possession of her”
2.2 A Birthday by Christina Rossetti
2.2.1 Use of similes and natural imagery
2.3 Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare
2.3.1 “Beauty too rich…earth too dear” – repetition of ‘too’
2.4 A Love Song – William Carlos Williams
2.4.1 "Heavily"
2.4.1.1 "The weight of love"
3 Love and the arts/wealth
3.1 The Importance of Being Ernest – Oscar Wilde
3.1.1 “Arrange my music for me”
3.2 Twelfth Night by Shakespeare
3.2.1 “If music be the food of love” – Orsino
4 Lust/desire
4.1 Atonement - Ian McEwan
4.2 Women In Love - DH Lawrence
5 Parental/familial love
5.1 A Childs Sleep – Carol Ann Duffy
5.1.1 “Wood”, “flowers”, “pebble” – natural imagery showing the naturalness of maternal love
5.2 Contrast – Catrin – Gillian Clarke
6 Forbidden love
6.1 Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov
6.2 Atonement – Robbie and Cecilia – Ian McEwan
6.3 Cement Garden – Ian McEwan
7 Unrequited love
7.1 No Second Troy – W.B Yeats
7.1.1 “She filled my days with misery”
7.1.2 “What could she have done being what she is”
7.2 The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams
7.2.1 Laura and Jim – last scene
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