Love Essay Topics

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

Loves Song, with Two Goldfish

In the poem, “(love song, with two goldfish)” by Grace Chua, the author describes the evolution of a young romance between two goldfish with its consequential rise and fall using imagery and metaphors. From the title we can automatically understand what the poem will be about and the parenthesis give an image of the shape… View Article

Dollhouse Paper

Love may be compared to a child’s dollhouse. Their dreams and aspirations in life start with the simple imaginations they build while playing with the said toy. From the way they perceive the entrance to be, to the little details of the house, these dreams begin with a little imagination that become a reality, as… View Article

Love: Fascination and Biology

Love.  People have been fascinated by it for centuries, and never more so than in the past hundred years or so, when people began to enter into relationships and marry for love, rather than political or social reasons.  We have also begun to research love further, and have come up with many different types and… View Article

Personal Metaphors

If I were a building, I would be a Skyscraper. The reason is that skyscrapers are tall, strong, and unique. I am tall, strong and unique. I am not only strong physically, but also emotionally, which means that when im having a bad day, I don’t cry about it, I suck it up and go… View Article


When I think about the concept of love, my thoughts are uncertain. When I think about the word love, the four letters arranged in a random pattern, nothing is simpler. Clearly, a distinct difference lies between a word and what it represents. The importance of the word love lies in the power it has over… View Article

Traditional Love VS Contemporary Love

Love refers to an ineffable and strong feeling towards another human being. It encompasses very many different feelings ranging from nonsexual feelings to passionate desire and intimacy associated with romantic love. Cancian (2000) explains that, Love has many forms which acts as main facilitator of interpersonal relationships and because of its psychological importance, love is… View Article

Dover Bitch vs Dover Beach

What is love? This is a question that is often discussed and argued about. Everyone seems to have a different perception on what love truly is. These perceptions help categorize what type of person you are when it comes towards love. This can range from being a hopeless romantic to a person who doesn’t even… View Article

Love is a logical Fallacy

            Love is a logical fallacy. In Metamorphoses, even the god of pure reason, Apollo is ridiculed and behaves irrationally while the Phaedra of Seneca violated all norms of proper female behavior for the sake of her love. Truly, love makes people do the most illogical and impractical acts. Love is a logical fallacy because… View Article

Ethical Decision Reflection

To let go of someone you dearly love is very painful to do. The pains cause by ending relationship is very unbearable. Some people may find their world tear apart when they realize that their relationship with their partner is not going well. I have had this relationship in the past that truly marks in… View Article

The Science Behind Love

What is this thing called love? There are so many definitions that people can come up with for love. Some are easy to understand while others do not make that much sense. Many people think that love is something that happens in a split of a second. Actually what people don’t know about love is… View Article

Book Report -the Notebook by Nicolas Sparks

Summary The Notebook begins with a man in a nursing home, reading a story to a woman. The story is about two young lovers, Allie Hamilton and Noah, who meet one day at a carnival. Although the two are falling in love, Allie’s parents don’t allow the relationship between the two young lovers and decide… View Article

Colors of Love

They say in love nothing is impossible. Height, weight, distance and of course age is just a damn number. To love is a great feeling but to be loved is a much greater feeling. But it’s hard to be hurt, that feeling like when your heart’s gonna burst and while in pain, you’re just crying… View Article

Compare and Contrast: Claudio and Benedick

Shakespeare’s comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, is a play that follows a small group of friends from a high-class society in Massina. Two of this group are friends are Claudio and Benedick. In the beginning of the play they are seemingly similar, in that they both are of an upper-class upbringing and do their best… View Article

What is Love

What is Love? Does anyone really know the meaning of the word? Does it have a different meaning to different people? In Kipnis’s essay “Love Labors”, Laura Kipnis touches on many different aspects of love. This is a touchy subject simply because love brings out many different opinions and beliefs. Kipnis argues over the fact… View Article

All for Love

A parent-child relationship involves a lot of complexities. Basically, parents are responsible to provide for their children’s needs, whether material or immaterial. They are expected to perform duties to their children in spite of personal issues they have to deal with. Conversely, for children, there is the constant struggle to win their parents’ approval. These… View Article

Lord Byron’s Don Juan

Lord Byron’s Don Juan is a satirical poem that offers a seemingly comical and serious outlook of sexuality. In three different sexual relations in three different places, the events that surround Don Juan are both laughable and questionable. From an early affair with Donna Julia, to an innocently, beautiful engagement with Haidee and finally an… View Article

Phenomenology of Love

Love is a very mysterious thing. Most of us act as though we know what it is without truly understanding its meaning and essence. This has been true of me. Before I encountered this phenomenology of love, I already had experiences of loving other people – my family, my friends, and girlfriends past and present…. View Article

Concept of Love

Love is a complex emotion of attachment and sometimes obsession. It cannot be classified so easily, though; it cannot be stuffed into a social concept and left there. Some people search for what seems their whole lifetime for love, whereas others may seem to fall in and out of love on a regular basis. Of… View Article

The Gift of Magi

In this short story, The Gift of Magi, O.Henry focuses mainly on one most important theme which is selfless love. In this writing, whose title is an allusion to the gift of the three wise men to Jesus when he was born, the writer clearly shows the value of personal affection and the true meaning… View Article

Hunters in the Snow Character Analysis of Tub

Being a man isn’t always easy, for most of their life they are taught to show no affection and to be tough in almost every situation. The tragedy of machismo is that a man is never quite man enough. “Hunters in the Snow”, by Tobias Wolff, three hunting buddies, Frank, Tub and Kenny, set out… View Article

United States; Love us or Hate us

Not only is the United States one of the most culturally diverse places in the world. It is also one of the most economically viable. It continuously touts its principles of freedom and democracy as an example for all the world’s nations. It is one of the most charitable countries in the world providing private… View Article