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Eternal Love Love has always been one of the major themes in Literature since the beginnings of times Representing such a superb and caotic exaltation of emotions love is a concept that most writers have intended to define In his sonnet 116 Shakespeare states that true love is an eternal sincere intense and never-changing devotion felt towards another person Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds Or bends with the remover to remove O no it is an ever-fixed mark That looks on tempests and is never shaken It is the star to every wandring bark love alters not with his brief hours and weeks But bears it out even to the edge of doom lines 1-12 The same idea of an everlasting fondness is created in Pablo Nerudas poem Amor Cmo sabra amarte mujer cmo sabra amarte amarte como nadie supo jams Morir y todava amarte ms Y todava amarte ms y ms lines 10-15 Regardless of times love has inspired peoples souls during their lives for anybody is capable of doing anything for love However a human soul may also react in a terrile and drastic way if it is under the mysticism of love In Miltons original epic poem Paradise Lost as well as in Emily Bronts romantic novel Wuthering Heights the main characters experience a similar forceful passion that goes beyond this world nevertheless it is this strong spiritual connection that will either provoke magnificent or disastrous consequences in Adam and Eves lives and in Heathcliff and Catherines respectively Although love is not the main theme in Miltons poem Adam- the almost perfect human being pictured in Paradise Lost- experiences the same loyal and
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