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First Love Pathway to Adulthood Love is one of the strongest emotions that a human being can feel It can arise ever so suddenly spreading a feeling of warm happiness through every inch of a person like wildfire spreading through a tree But as the feelings become more intense the flame of passion can turn into a blazing fire that burns painfully through every vein A persons first love is especially powerful because it grows from an innocent nave passion Such was the case for both Vladimir in Turgenevs First Love and Tatyana in Pushkins Eugene Onegin The first experience of unrequited love for Vladimir and Tatyana was filled with these raptures and tribulations which although left them broken hearted gave them the strength and maturity needed to become adults Throughout the genre of First Love Vladimir was shown to be completely swooped up in overwhelming emotion for Zinaida Vladimir was entranced with her beauty from the moment he first saw her I gazed at her and how dear she already was to me and how near It seemed to me that I had known her for a long time and that before her I had known nothing and had not lived 33 Vladimir was in love at the first sight of her He couldnt help himself from becoming infatuated with her because he didnt know the first thing about love As the genre moves on Vladimirs feelings for Zinaida became deeper and deeper Vladimir thought to himself I felt weary and at peace but the image of Zinaida still hovered triumphant over my soul though even this image seemed more tranquil Like a swan rising from the grasses of the marsh it stood out from the unlovely shapes which surrounded it and I as I fell asleep in parting for the last time clung to it in trusting adoration 48 Vladimir allows himself to become completely wrapped up in
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