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Love is an extremely important aspect5 of our society today Just about everyone wants to fall in love get married and have a family NO one wants to be alone We all want someone to be there for us Someone to care for us and we want to care for someone as well Some people have a very easy time finding that someone to love For others its not as easy Some people spend years searching for a true love S9ome still have to wait once they find that love Some make extremely difficult sacrifices for their love In any case love is a very hard concept to comprehend and it can be very difficult to obtain Sometimes the life long struggle for love ends in tragedy and leaves people even lonelier then when they started This struggle can often lead to an incomplete ending in some novels Two novels which have a focus around a search for love and incomplete endings due to love are The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald and Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neal Hurston In both books there is a struggle for love Both characters that are looking for love make great sacrifices for this love and even have to change some aspect of their lives or even themselves for this love In The Great Gatsby Gatsby is madly in love with a girl named Daisy He had fallen in love with her early on in his life He could not pursue his love at that time because of their social differences He then devotes his life to gaining great wealth just to impress Daisy He moves right across the bay from her just to be near her He throws these huge extravagant parties in hopes that she will show up He devotes his whole life to his pursuit of Daisy and his pursuit of love In Their Eyes Were Watching God Janie is forced
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