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Mirenayat Sayyed Ali (Universiti Putra Malaysia), Soofastaei Elaheh
Love, Perfection, and Egotism in Janette Oke's Fictions
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (ILSHS), 2015, vol. 51, s. 139-142, bibliogr. 10 poz.
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Literatura, Analiza tekstu
Literature, Text analysis
Oke Janette
Love is distinguished as a feeling that begins from the lover's sight to the beloved. In societies in the past, lovers preferred to keep their relationships with the beloved in secret. It means that keeping love as a secret had been appropriate in societies. In present people's view, it is a big problem which cannot be answered with any reason, but religion. Today's lovers are not forced with such problem and they overtly speak about their beloveds. In Janette Oke's fictions, the lovers openly speak about their idiosyncratic behaviors. She shows perfect love in her novels that is against egotism which this paper tries to survey it. (original abstract)
Pełny tekst
  1. Capellanus, Andreas, The Art of Courtly Love. New York: Columbia UP, 1990.
  2. Epton, Nina. Love and the English. London, 1960. World Publishing Company, 1960.
  3. Frabkfurt, Harry G. The Reasons of Love. Princeton and Oxford UP, 2004.
  4. Fromm, Eric. The Art of Loving. New York, 2000. Harper & Row, 1956.
  5. Gibson, Roy and Steven Green, Alison Sharrock. The Art of Love. New York: Oxford UP, 2006.
  6. Livingston, Gordon. How to Love. Da Capo Press, 2009.
  7. Luhmann, Niklas. Love as Passion. New York, 1995. Cambridge UP, 1998.
  8. McCabe OP, Herbert. Law, Love and Language. London and Sidney.
  9. Mirenayat, Sayyed Ali. The Treatment of Love in Janette Oke's Selected Novels. MA Diss, 2012.
  10. Ward, Mary. The Literature of Love. Cambridge UP, 2006.
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