Love Essay Topics

Falling in love

English romantic poet John Keats was born on October 31st 1795 in London. He lost both parents at an early age and became an apprentice at fifteen with his guardian at his surgery. He became professional in the field but chose to write poetry. He wrote his best poetry between 1818 and 1819 after falling in… View Article

Tug-of-love boy is snatched in night

Relating back to domestic violence another theory is the ‘battered woman model’, which opposes the psychotherapeutic theory of the family conflict. The ‘battered woman model’ chooses to ignore the psychotherapeutic theory that expresses the personality disorder and early traumatic life experiences that provoke people to use control and conflict, within family relationships, however the ‘family… View Article

The Power of Love

Throughout A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens tells the story of several characters, all of who are developed continuously throughout the chapters. Several of the characters are greatly developed, some showing unpredictable sides to their personalities. Sydney Carton is a prime example of such a character, his delicate personality revealed when he declares his… View Article

Love as Joyous

Both Plath and the Metaphysical Poets show love as joyous by suggesting a strong physical intimacy between themselves and their lovers. Donne, known for his hedonistic ways tried to seduce his lady in the poem ‘To his mistress going to bed” by relating her undressing to a holy analogy. “Hallowed temple… heaven… paradise… Angels” gives… View Article

What is love?

Shakespeare was born in 1564 on the 23rd of April the same date he died 52 years later. But it was only in 1590’s when he started to write sonnets. He mainly wrote them during the plague as all the theatres were closed. (1592) Sonnets are lyrical poems of 14 lines with a formal rhyme… View Article

Symptoms of love

Robert grave’s poem ‘Symptoms of love’ was written in a period when Graves had a volatile relationship with Laura Riding after leaving his wife. It can be suggested that his experience of relationships may have influenced his views on the concept of love. ‘Symptoms of love’ being the title holds strong imagery and connotations of… View Article

History of Love

The fear of losing something, whether it is one’s own life, the lives of love ones, or memories, is what drives many of the things people do. The characters in The History of Love are from different generations and have gone through different experiences but they all strive to sustain love, avoid death, stave off… View Article

Identity: Romeo and Juliet and External Forces

The Impact of External and Internal Forces on One’s Identity What is identity? If you look in the dictionary, it will tell you that identity is what defines someone or something. But there is more to the meaning behind identity than what is said in the dictionary. Identity is complex and changes over time in… View Article

What is Love?

We get mad and fight for something or someone because of love. Every principle that man has is a result of love. We are driven to commit something because of love. The definition of love has been debatable for such a long time. Coming up with a definition of love has gone though exhaustive argumentation… View Article

What is Love?

We get mad and fight for something or someone because of love. Every principle that man has is a result of love. We are driven to commit something because of love. The definition of love has been debatable for such a long time. Coming up with a definition of love has gone though exhaustive argumentation… View Article

Hunger Games essay

The Hunger Games is a fictional book, which establishes the relationship between the protagonist Katniss, and the protagonist Peeta. Katniss is a 16 year old girl who lives in District twelve, Panem. She is the sole provider for her family and competes in the Hunger Games, a game where two people from each of the… View Article

In the Face of Betrayal, Lewis Discovers Loyalty Cosi

The play ‘Cosi’, written by Louis Nowra, is set in 1971 amidst the chaos of the Vietnam War. Australia’s involvement in the war was a topic of great controversy, and being the first televised war, reality was brought crashing into the lounge rooms of Australians. The horrific images displayed in people’s homes sparked anger from… View Article

Hatred by Wislawa Szymborska

In the poem “Hatred,” Wislawa Szymborska gives a very raw and realist perspective on one of the most powerful emotions in the human psyche. She describes how of all of the different emotions perceivable by humans in the emotion spectrum, hatred is the most powerful and the most capable of impacting our lives. This poem… View Article

Shakespeare’s Sonnets

How many of us understand William Shakespeare’s Poetry? Shakespeare uses complex figurative language along with metaphors and similes to paint pictures in reader’s minds about love, history, and his personal experiences. Between Sonnet’s 29, 116, and 130, sonnet 116 is the best a conveying its theme. Sonnet’s 29 and 116 have two very different themes,… View Article

Love in Different Country

Studying in the U.S. for nearly a year, I learned a lot of knowledge and I made a lot of friends. Some of them are foreigners. This year’s study is very effective for me. In the United States, I found some phenomenons are different between my country and the U.S. Now I mainly want to… View Article