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Love is the least understandable human feeling Love appears in all kinds of forms during most novels studied in class However love is very difficult to categorize some correlations can be made between types of love and between the characters of different novels In The Rights of Desire and Regeneration this is the case Admiration sexual attraction respect and love in the family are seen and dealt with in different ways In The Rights of Desire the principal theme is the feelings the protagonist Ruben develops when a new tenant enters his house Ruben is a 64 years old man and the tenant Tessa a 30 years old young woman Ruben is looking for someone to be at home if he has any problems when Magrieta his housekeeper isnt around Tessa is interested in the apartment and turns up on a rainy evening visibly wet Their relationship is going to grow as Ruben invites her to drink some wine with him in front of his open fire Ruben hasnt had any contact with women in his life since the death of his wife and is very impressed by this beautiful young girl Gradually as the night goes on he is going to develop a desire for this physically appealing younger woman As the clock turns the discussions intensify and his desire for this young woman doesnt cease to increase From this moment in the book Rubens desire of wont stop expanding His excitement about her becomes the center of his life This makes him feel rejuvenated which he really appreciates Ruben loves being in love His love for Tessa doesnt satisfy him enough and he starts to physically and morally desire her love He cant live without her and when she leaves he continues to cultivate the desire for her Tessa however does not clearly reflect love for Ruben even if she admits to desiring him She seems to be teasing him and continuously plays
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