Free Essays on Love

  1. Harlow’s Theory: Love

     Harlow’s Theory: Motherly love Jose Hernandez Instructor: Mrs. Martinez, M, A El Paso Community College Harlow’s Theory: Love The feeling of love is, deep, soft, satisfying. Because of its affectionate and intimate nature it is viewed by some as an inapplicable...

  2. Phenomenology of Love

    Love is something that means very different things to different people. For some, love can be purely romantic, or even purely sexual. For others, real love is utterly unconditional and only truly exists between family members, or between people and a deity. And for some people, love is fluid, ever changing...

  3. Love Is Not All, or Is It?

    Essay #1, Winter 2013 Edna St. Vincent Millay, “Love is Not All” Love is not all: it is not meat nor drink Nor slumber nor a roof against the rain; Nor yet a floating spar to men that sink And rise and sink and rise and sink again; 5 Love can not fill thickened lung with breath, Nor...

  4. Love

    Love has a definition—a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person—but yet has so many different meanings. Thesauruscoping demonstrates the different meanings in which the word Love can deliver. The synonym of Love, Adoration, does not necessarily mean that these words have the same meaning...

  5. Love

    about anything, I decided to type my English essay and post it here... this one's off the 2nd question (continuous writing). I chose the one-word topic "Love". This piece was written in 45 minutes (actually I had more time, I but I wasted too much time - some of it unnecessary - to think of what to write)...

  6. What Is Love?

    - By Mrs. E. G. White. - (Concluded.) Christ and his obedient children love one another. Their tastes are identical. The true followers of Jesus are so abiding in him that they love that which he loves, and hate that which he hates. One spirit pervades the whole body. How then can the branches...

  7. True Love in a Midsummer Night’s Dream

    2009 True Love in A Midsummer Night's Dream Lysander's famous quote "The course of true love never did run smooth" is proven true of the couples in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare 1.1.134). Theseus wins Hippolyta in battle by killing with his sword but wants to win her love with his heart...

  8. Love Thee

    Love thee How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.  I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of Being and ideal Grace. I love thee to the level of everyday's Most quiet need, by sun and candlelight.  I love thee freely, as men...

  9. Love in Scott Peck's Book the Road Less Traveled

    "What's Love Got to do With It?" That was Tina Turner's view of love in the late nineteen-eighties. Apparently Scott Peck, the author of The Road Less Traveled, felt the same way. Peck's view of love was a correction to what he thought everyone else thought love was. This paper will be an explanation...

  10. Shakespeare and Love

    SHAKESPEARE AND LOVE What is love and what causes us to fall in love? Love is a timeless topic and will be forever a source of confusion for men and women alike. Another question I have thought about after pondering my thoughts about Shakespeare’s works was is romantic love based on physical attraction...

  11. Aspects of Love in Romeo and Juliet

    Aspects of Love in Romeo And Juliet The aspect of love in the play is most memorable. “Romeo and Juliet” is said to be one of the greatest love stories ever told because it has various aspects of love. The prologue is full of violent and negative language e.g. ancient grudge, civil blood, fatal lions...

  12. Love

    Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind..yeahh iknow that Love is blind...

  13. The Nature of Love

    “Harry couldn’t help it, he was in love”. What does such a statement imply about the nature of love? Write an essay which argues your particular view on the nature of love and the object of that love. Limit your answer to the notion of romantic love and use Robert Ehman as a starting point. Everybody...

  14. Love. Psychological View

    When we think of love, we think of many things. Love can be explained in three dimensions; intimacy, passion, and commitment. These three dimensions make up Robert Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love. Intimacy is the mutuality of affection, welfare, concern and understanding that is demonstrated in...

  15. Shakespeares View on Love

    View on Love Shakespeare’s plays are very drastic with how he ties love into them. Shakespeare always adds comedy or tragedy to any romance that might be taking place. For example in Twelfth Night, As You like It and Romeo and Juliet there is romance but he also puts comedy in there so love is not...

  16. It's All About Love

    What is it all about? - It's all about Love. “According to philosophers, the only goal of life is to be happy. And there is only one happiness in life: to love and be loved. Love is essentially an abstract concept, much...

  17. The Meaning of Love

    Love is all about what you feel about another person. Not only physically but emotionally. Love is what makes everyone be calm with each other, be open with each other and know stuff about each other. Everyone have their own different point of views on love. Everyone loves differently. Some love with...

  18. Shakespeare in Love

    Shakespeare in Love In the writing Shakespeare in Love Lehmann’s central thesis could be of many different choices. However, the best central thesis would be saying, “Shakespeare in Love poses a theory of authorial production that is grounded in the conspicuous consumption of the female flesh, redefining...

  19. What is Love

    What is Love? In today’s society, love is most often contemplated as a romantic innervation between two people. However, it also exists between friends, relatives, and even your worst enemies. When you say, “I love you” to someone or you say that you love something, do you know what you are saying...

  20. This Is Love

    andThis is Love change my opinion of love. The two poems by Karlo Mila, Leaving Prince Charming Behind and This Is Love look at love at two different points of views- fairytale and gardening, respectively. Although both poems talk about love, the poem Leaving Prince Charming behind compares love to a fairytale...

  21. Love

    Why love is important in life? Love is the most important thing in our lives. The love is that we missing in our self, and love is mix with many of feeling. There are two types of love are love of family and love for your sweetheart. First of all, the love of your family is different from that you...

  22. Give Love Get Love

    GIVE LOVE GET LOVE . Actually my topic is give love and get love. First I would like to give an introduction about love, a feeling that is felt by people who don’t like to fight or harass other people for the reason, themselves. It is not felt by people who are selfish. It is not felt by people who...

  23. is love blind?

    What is love? Is it something we do or something we can know? Some classify love as something that you feel for some people sometimes. It is often linked or used interchangeably with lust. Others feel that it is something that is constant and untouched by judgment and feeling. The only common denominator...

  24. The Decision of Love

    received an email that asked the question “What is Love?”. The answers were from a group of children ages four to six years old. Their minds amazed me. Some of the answers were funny, “Love is when mommy gives daddy the best piece of fried chicken” or “Love is when mommy sees daddy on the toilet and she...

  25. Love Letter

    my sweet lovely one on this day? My sweet love, I want you to know that I love you dearly and I always will. With the light of love as my guide, the feather of angels as my pen, and the blood of Aphrodite as ink, I weave my thoughts for you. Because I Love you, I wont hurt you, I wont be unfaithful...

  26. Love in "Death Constant Beyond Love"

    The strength and confusion of love lies in its diversity. Love is an individualized emotion. It is a part of who we are. Love does not look for equality, but it persists on balance. Love exists in every smile, every pounding heart, and the sweet taste of every kiss. Love is an emotional feeling in the...

  27. A Midsummer Night's Dream- Love Theme

    central theme is love. The characters experience many hardships, yet the bonds of love remain unbroken. One form of love experienced in A Midsummer Night’s Dream is possessive love. Egeus loves his daughter Hermia so much that he is willing to force her to marry Demetrius when she loves Lysander, “As...

  28. Shakespeare Love

    introduces the main characters of his comedy and his play’s central themes, one of which is best expressed by this act’s well known line: “The course of true love never did run smooth.” In some ways Lysander’s declaration becomes the plays structural and thematic points of departure, as the comedy interlocks the...

  29. Love or Hate

    Love and hate are powerful emotions that can influence and control our relationships with other people. Love and hate are so closely connected that it is possible to hate the one you love. Love can easily turn into hate as we begin to disagree with the person we love. Two works of literature, “My Last...

  30. Types of Love in "A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Jessica Stevens Professor Harrelson English 1102 10/29/2012 Types of love in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”: In the play, “A Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare, several examples of love’s association with a higher power are presented like Theseus arranging a marriage between himself...

  31. Courtly Love By Maggie Kelley

    Maggie Kelley In the Middle Ages, when Bisclavret and The Canterbury Tales were written, society became fascinated by love and the thought of courtly love. The ideology of courtly love changed previous literature completely and created a new genre of writing altogether.  Bisclavret (“The Werewolf”), written...

  32. An Abstract Concept of Love

    Love is any of a number of emotions and experiences related to a sense of strong affection[1] and attachment. The word love can refer to a variety of different feelings, states, and attitudes, ranging from generic pleasure to intense interpersonal attraction. The word love is both a verb and a noun....

  33. Romeo and Juliet - the Value of Love

    What is the value of love? In “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare “a pair of star-crossed lovers” go through a lot in order to keep their love fire burning. Romeo meets Juliet at the Capulet’s feast and falls in love with her. Even though Juliet knows that the one that loves her is a Montague, she...

  34. Manipulation Of Love And

    involving the manipulation of love and the way love works itself out between various sets of people. It tells the story of characters that encounter chaotic situations of real love and also love that was controlled for the benefit of others. The characters caught up in the "love scandal"� are Oberon, Titania...

  35. The Tale of Love

    In Edgar Alan Poe’s poem Annabel Lee the narrator who calls himself a child, tells a tale of his love Annabel Lee, whom lived by the sea. They were childishly and madly in love, a love that exceeds all love. The affection between the narrator and Annabel was so strong that the angels (of the highest...

  36. Levels of Love

    Sternberg levels his dimensions of love with three major categories: intimacy, commitment and passion. Intimacy is a feeling of closeness that is mutually developed by individuals who share their innermost thoughts and feelings, commitment is when a person makes a decision to love and maintain a relationship...

  37. no love

    shit You don't like that I make this easy, leaving After sexing on the floor Baby I know you need me, like I need you But I'm not the one you wanna love So just pop a couple bands with a nigga like me Loving ain't the same with a nigga like me You use to them but ain't no loving me I hear...

  38. Love: an Eternal Gift from God to Humanity

    110 February 6, 2012 Love: An Eternal Gift from God to Humanity What is love? A question all humans will examine during their lifetime; a question human beings including scientists, psychologists, artists, etc. will never come to an agreement on its definition. Whether love is a human need for caring...

  39. Definition Essay on Love

    Love by definition is an emotion explored in philosophy, religion, and literature, often as either romantic love, the fraternal love of others, or the love of God based on the definition found in The Encarta Encyclopedia. As I explored the definition by means of the Internet, books, and articles I noticed...

  40. Physical and Psychological effects of love

    EFFECTS OF LOVE Being in love is one of those life experiences that many people desire. Since ancient times, love has been the force that has motivated writers, such William Shakespeare who wrote o his famous play “Romeo and Juliet”, and painters such Vincent Van Gogh that incited by the love for Margot...

  41. Love

    LOVE ENG 101 March 26, 2013 Have you ever used the word love? Love is a very powerful word. When you are in love you feel that you can sacrifice everything, when you are in love days are incomplete when you do not see each other, when you are in love days you feel special with their...

  42. What Is Love ?

    What is love? Have a great affection or liking for; "I love French food"; "She loves her boss and works hard for him" Get pleasure from; "I love cooking" A deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction; "their love left them indifferent to their surroundings"; "she was his first love" ...

  43. Definition of Love

    "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, and it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, and it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and...

  44. Philosophy of Love

    Love has been defined as “an intense feeling of deep affection” or “to feel a deep romantic or sexual attachment to (someone).” It is an emotion that has been simplified, mystified, and tragically reduced to secular interpretation. To understand the real concept of love is to yearn for perfect love...

  45. Is Love Dead Essay

    Danielle RobinsonFebruary 7,2011 English 12 (1A) “Is ‘Love’ Dead? ” Is”love” dead? To answer this question you must first know what the true definition of love is. According to the dictionary love is a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person, or a feeling of warm personal...

  46. Have Been in Love

    LOVE We have heard definitions of love through our lives that have been passed on for decades. Some of us have felt love, and some of us have been in love. But no one ever seems to question what love is, as if it is something that just plainly is. People tend to just go with it, and think that what...

  47. Power of Love and Relationships

    The Power of Love and Relationships Nibor57 PSY 301 February 04, 2014 The Power of Love and Relationships As the old saying goes, love makes the world go around; attraction, excitement, adoration, respect, dignity, humbleness, veracity...

  48. Explain love within Christianity

    the concept of love within Christianity C.S Lewis explores the nature of ‘love’ from a Christian perspective “Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God because God is love” all forms of love come from God, who is the very source of love itself. Situation...

  49. Simone de Beauvoir: the Woman in Love

    Beauvoir discusses love in relation to sexual difference. She also discusses the difference between authentic and inauthentic love. What differences between women and men's experiences of love does she discuss? How does she think the problems of love can be rectified? Simone de Beauvoir's text "The...

  50. Love in "A View from the Bridge"

    Love There are various types of love explored in the play. From which characters do we learn about the different sorts of love? Type of Love Characters Love of a family - Beatrice, Eddie and Catherine are first seen as a loving family - Marco loves his family deeply. He has come to America to...

  51. LOVE

    Love Misunderstood. Misinterpreted. Love. Even though it has no definition, there is no person who hasn’t experienced it. Ones perception about love is totally dependent on how one has seen and felt it, and ones experience with it. For some, love is pain and for others, it is what keeps them going...

  52. What Is Love? - Essay 17

    What is Love…Baby Don’t Hurt Me Thesis Statement- “Sonnet 18” and “The Barney Theme Song” use the word love in different contexts making the word have multiple meanings and uses. Sonnet 18 is about a kind of love that binds two people together with happiness and ecstasy. Shakespeare writes on...

  53. Love in Literature

    Denise Lance January 10, 2009 Theme of Love in Literature What is love? What causes one to fall in love? How does love relate to the physical world of law and reason? These questions are broached in all their complexity throughout this play. Although love is the primary concern of the play; Shakespeare...

  54. Sonnet 116 and Love Is Not All

    Edna St. Vincent Millay’s “Love Is Not All” both attempt to define love, by telling what love is and what it is not. Shakespeare’s sonnet praises love and speaks of love in its most ideal form, while Millay’s poem begins by giving the impression that the speaker feels that love is not all, but during the...

  55. First Love

    My First Love This poem is written by John Claire. The poem is about falling in love for the first time. In the poem he describes how he falls in love for the first time. He feels his heart has been stolen and experiences his love as cold. The title “First Love” suggests that this poem is about...

  56. magic of love by helen faries

    5. The Magic of Love By: Helen Farries Helen Farries poem “The Magic of Love” talks solely about love. She uses a greeting card style, almost a cliché of all the lovely thoughts and emotions that go with love. She uses a rhyme scheme of ABCB and uses the stanzaic form. It does have quite...

  57. What is love?

    Essay Styles AN ESSAY OF EXTENDED DEFINITION What is Love? Introduction (Leads reader into the essay by example. Note that it is divided into two paragraphs because of the natural shift) Thesis statement (Uses classification to define the subject) Paragraph One (Outlines the first...

  58. Arranged or Love Marriage?

      Arranged or Love Marriage? Marriage is the most beautiful relationship that happens to everyone at some point of life. However, it is a huge responsibility too, and it should be taken very seriously. Both of the couple needs to be sure about their feelings toward each other because they will be...

  59. Mercutio and Romeo’s Differing Views of Love

    the character Mercutio is prosaic about love and considers it as a chase for something sexual rather than it being affection and devotion like Romeo. Mercutio fights Romeo throughout the play on what this affection truly is and shows us the cynical side of love in Romeo and Juliet. Both of these characters...

  60. Love and Friendship - by Emile Bronte

    Love and Friendship Love and friendship is written by Emily Bronte in (DATE).  In the following poem, she asks throughout each Stanza "which is the most preperable?" In the first Stanza, she starts by saying "Love is like the wild rose-briar" as here she is representing love, as the rose itself...