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Paris and Helen: the face that launched a thousand ships

Men have raised wars from time immemorial, may it for honor, supremacy, glory or love. The story of Paris and Helen is the splendor of two most notorious lovers which started the Trojan War leading to the end of a civilization. This historical love story offers a chivalry to the readers. Who were Paris and […]

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Orpheus and Eurydice: An eternal Love Story

The story of Orpheus and Eurydice is an ultimate Greek tragic story, which has moved the hearts of many since centauries. It has enthused many painters, poets, musicians, lyricists, opera, directors and writers, who have time and again recreated the love saga of this undying couple. Orpheus and Eurydice were inseparable and they always felt […]

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Tristan and Isolde – an age-old marvel of True Love

Western Literature has been under the influence of many stories of legend lovers since time immemorial. It has influence the development of literary history in a substantial manner. The Romance of Tristan and Isolde is a tragic-love-tale of two lovers who shared eternal love with each other which was eventually outlawed forever. Tristan and Isolde […]

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Lancelot and Guinevere – A time-honored legend of True Love

Lancelot and Guinevere is the saddest love story of all times. In 1177 AD this story of a love triangle between Lancelot, Guinevere and King Arthur was written by Chrétien in “Le Chevalier de la Charrete” (or The Knight of the Cart, or Lancelot). This love story has a catastrophic end just like many other […]

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Cleopatra and Antony: True lovers

Cleopatra and Mark Antony are the two legendry lovers from the pages of history. It is a love tale of an Egyptian queen and Roman General. Just like many other good love stories, this also carries a tragic end which flutters the heart of many listeners. It was made popular by William Shakespeare in early […]

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