Top 5 Stories About True Love
Love is probably the most inexhaustible topic for both cinema and literature. Directors and authors of books reflect on what true love is and share it with others. Sometimes it turns into the masterpieces of world art. In our article, we have collected the top 5 works where you will find love in all its diverse manifestations, both beautiful and terrible. Enjoy!
The Great Gatsby
The eponymous novel by Francis Scott Fitzgerald. It was filmed five times, but one of the most vivid and memorable was the film with Leonardo DiCaprio. This novel can be called a true love poem, pure, beautiful, and tragic. The young officer Jay Gatsby is madly in love with Daisy, the rich girl spoiled by carefree life.
The relationship between the couple eventually breaks because of social inequality, but Jay is too ambitious to just give up. By all means, he becomes the richest man on the “golden coast” of Long Island. Gatsby throws chic parties every weekend to meet Daisy one day. The story ends very sadly: getting rich, Gatsby realizes that he can buy everything in the world, except for one thing – Daisy’s love.
The Lake House
Fantastic melodrama with Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves. The main character, Kate, is a single woman who decides to change her life and move to Chicago. She leaves her house at the lake and writes a letter to the future owner. Young and lonely architect Alex buys a house by the lake and finds the letter of the former owner, but what it says about him amazes him.
It turns out that the characters are separated by two years: Kate lives in 2008, and Alex in 2006. While the couple is surprised by mysterious circumstances, despite the space and time between them, they get involved in a true romance. This is a very unusual and fabulous love story that can turn your evening into a fascinating journey through the vast expanses of the human soul.
The film is based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks. The author whose next book is another reason to cry a river. It’s a dramatic story of two friends – Dexter (Jim Sturgess) and Emma (Anne Hathaway). The couple gets to know each other during graduation, and they make friends, but nothing serious happens. For years, they meet on July 15th almost every year.
They have something to tell each other, but they are afraid to admit the most important thing – in search of fleeting happiness, the main characters do not notice that true love is very close to them. Despite the fact that life circumstances constantly separate them on opposite sides, Dexter and Emma still find each other. But for how long?
Bernhard Schlink, The Reader
Suddenly, a flaring affair between a fifteen-year-old boy and a mature woman ends when the lady disappeared from the city without warning. Eight years later, he saw her again among the former female wardens of the female concentration camp at the trial against the Nazi criminals. Probably one of the most difficult stories about love and duty of the XXI century. If you want to impress a girl you found on a date single women website, this book is an ideal tool to do it!
Francoise Sagan, Hello, sadness
Since all the creative work of Sagan is devoted to the study of various aspects of love, it is difficult to recommend just one novel. Therefore, we decided to stay on the author’s best work, her debut book. Reading this novel, you feel like you’re diving in a warm sea – the light, history of summer holidays that seems transparent on the surface hides the dark depths of human passions.