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60 Free Essays on Mother Love

  1. On Oedipus in Sons and Lovers

    Abstract In his theory of psychoanalysis, Freud introduced the term “Oedipus complex” also called “Mother fixation” according to the Ancient Greece and Rome mythology in which Oedipus who killed his father and married his mother to designate a boy’s strong love for and attachment to his mother and...

  2. introduction

     Introduction to Philosophy Individual Project Unit 2 By DeAirra Lawrence AIU September 8, 2013 Abstract This paper will discuss a love that someone has for you, whether it’s your mother, significant other, and maybe your child. How can you tell if the...

  3. A Mothers Love: Summary

    A mother’s love Nothing comes close to having love that a mother haves for her children. Most women are great mothers to their children. Women that carry their children before they are born and then continue to take care them throughout their childhood and even into adulthood. Moms make sure that...

  4. My Mother, My Love

    MOTHER CONCLUSION Edwin Hubbell Chapin says, “No language can express the power, and beauty, and heroism, and majesty of a mother’s love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints, and over wastes of worldly fortunes sends the radiance of its quenchless fidelity like a...

  5. A Mother: the Extremist

    fierce as a lion. A mother would always display tough love and gentle love to her children. When a mother puts her baby to bed, singing a lullaby until the baby is asleep, that’s gentle love. When a mother has to confiscate her 13 year old son’s mobile phone, because he does not pay attention to...

  6. Comment on How Gillan Clarke in “Catrin” and Chinua Achebe in “Refugee Mother and Child” Effectively Offers a Mother’s Perspective.

    Both “Catrin” and “Refugee mother and child” offer two different perspectives of a mother’s constant and continual love. “Catrin” shows the continuous struggle between mother and child starting from birth whilst “Refugee mother and child” shows the very last moments of a mother caring for her dying...

  7. Parenting

    The Bittersweet Love and Affection of a Parent Parent and child relationships have been a social issue for many years. Mothers and daughters have a relationship that can be unbreakable or unfixable. Often time’s women say “If I had a daughter, she would be my princess,” or men say “My son is going...

  8. Sula Toni Morrison " Analyse Morrison’s depiction of love with reference to her development of character, relationships, structure and stylistic devices"

    shaped Sula, Helene shapes Nel. Moreover, Helene’s need for love (she did not find in her own mother, Rochelle), is later found in her own daughter who replaces her sexual desires in the absence of Wiley with the maternal smothering and overprotection of Nel. In turn, this has an adverse effect and...

  9. My Mother at Sixty Six

    My Mother at Sixty­Six / KAMALA DAS / Page 1 My Mother at Sixty­Six Kamala Das – as a poet of the first water Kamala Das is a tale weaver – weaving the rhythm of life into a tale of soul – a poet who loves to be loved in silence. She says, "I wanted to fill my life with as many experiences as I...

  10. The Wolf and Seven Little Goats

    language and philology, was responsible for the scholarly work. The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids is also one of their outstanding works. It is not the most popular folktales but it certainly illustrates examples of very good moral values such as teamwork, love of mother and the law of karma. My...

  11. Love Paper

    the greatest love types is a 'mother's love which most would agree is the most pure love a human being can offer. A Mother's love is the memorable love in everyone’s life because it happens in one's childhood during one's vulnerable years. The depth of a motherslove is expressed though their care...

  12. Unconditional Love in “the Song of Songs”

    theme of love, particularly a mother’s love for her child, and the impact it has on one woman specifically, Barret Clare. In Gilchrist’s short story “The Song of Songs” Barret Clare is a woman who has never felt the touch of her birth mother, who left her for adoption shortly after her birth. The...

  13. Mommy

    My life is a typical family life, I have a Father and a Mother at home with two siblings. We always go on family trips, and through my parents love my siblings and I have a great life. I am so close with my whole family but their is one person in my life who with out I do not know who i would be...

  14. Fetus in the Stomach

    Declamation piece: The Fetus in the Stomach Last night, I had a strange dream. I dreamed that I was a tiny dot in the womb of my mother. Formed by love, and blessed by the Lord. I could not see, I could not hear, but I could feel that I was loved. Embrace by the warm tenderness of my mother's...

  15. Author to Her Book

    “The Author to Her Book,” by Anne Bradstreet is a poem that shows the troubles that many authors must go through in regards to their work. The poem describes the love of the speaker towards her book using the love of a mother towards her child. The book is first taken from the speaker without her...

  16. Lawrence’s Portrayal of Female Characters

    woman must stay at home as a housewife, must be calm and silence, never leave her husband no matter how hard he treated her, otherwise she was a “sheep”. This thought takes much shape from his mother. In the whole process of love, he paid more attention to his own feeling, never recognized Clara’s...

  17. The Lottery vs the Rocking-Horse Winner

    , “The Rocking-Horse Winner”, a young boy named Paul is yearning for the love of his mother and will do anything to win her love. In the first read of both stories the reader will think that there is no similarity between the two short stories. After thinking more and discovering the message in each of...

  18. Mother

    Agatha Christie says, “A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity. It dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path. “. Mother being the supreme lover, loves her child like nothing. A mother dissipates the clouds of...

  19. The Secrect Life of Bee's Analisit

    figure we desperately search for someone to love and accept us On page one Sue Monk Kidd explains how the queen bee is the unifying force in the community and without her the bees quickly show signs of queenlessness. This is a direct correlation to Lilly when she lacks a mother when she...

  20. White Oleander

    . When she is in the foster homes she talks to people she normally wouldn't. Her mother always told her love is real, but she falls in love with a guy named Paul Trout. He was in the foster home to, and very artistic along with Astrid. They become good friend and then went to love, and she ended up...

  21. Hamlet's Love for His Women

    Hamlet’s love for his women. In the play "Hamlet", was an unfortunate university undergraduate, whose life was disrupted by a series of events, including the death of his father and the marriage of his mother to the suspected murderer of his father. Even under such circumstances, Hamlet never...

  22. Mother

    few others can. Effective mothers can inspire their sons and daughters to love themselves and others, work hard, make healthy choices, serve causes greater than self, and achieve their dreams. Mothers who protect, teach, and nurture their children with all their hearts strengthen their families and...

  23. What Is a Mother?

    tective and kind. A mother has many roles and attributes that describe her. One of her greatest assets is that she has much love and compassion for people, especially children. A mother is a very special female, who has given birth to a child or children or a person who has supported and nurtured...

  24. First Time

    , however, they ignore the mind of children, and forget respecting them. Finally, almost children like Jing Mei and Waverly, they choose to be genius, and fight for their freedom and respect, even though they have to hide their love to mothers. At the beginning, the mother who lost everything in...

  25. The Rocking Horse Winner

    “The Rocking Horse Winner” by D.H. Lawrence was primarily about materialism, and illustrated how it can negatively impact more important aspects of life, such as love and family. The short story described a troubling relationship between a mother, who is incapable of love, and her son, who desired...

  26. a million nightingales

    A Million Nightingales Unconditional love from Moinette to her mother was the most beautiful feelings this novel transmitted to me. The love she had for her mother gave Moinette mental peace and guts to be able to live and survive her struggles. During Moinette’s childhood she experienced the...

  27. How Did Shakespeare and Austen Introduce the Characters Romeo and Juliet and Jane and Bingley? (so Far)

    is forced to follow her parents set of rules and plans for her, to marry Paris. At first, although she seems to be extremely against the idea of being married, she agreed to try to like him in order to make her mother happy however she couldn’t guarantee she would love him. Also, we discover that...

  28. The Person I Like Most

    The person I like most The person who is the dearest to me in this whole world is my mother, and I can explain many reasons behind that. Firstly, my mother loves me a lot. Her love for me is so pure. She is ready to sacrifice her own happiness for my happiness. She holds my good above everything...

  29. Mother's Day

    and even into their adulthood. As a whole we can say mother’s love is unconditional love. A famous saying state that “god could not be every where and so he invented mothers”. Being a daughter I can feel the warmth of mother’s love. Even though I was small at that time, I still cannot forget that...

  30. “the Rocking-Horse Winner” by D.H. Lawrence

    In Love with Money The short story “The Rocking-Horse Winner” written by D.H. Lawrence shows family dysfunction and how greedy and selfish can be a mother. The main character of the story is a little boy Paul, who wants to make his mother happy. Her name is Hester and she is so obsesses with...