Love 270 The gods laugh at lovers' lies. "Jove laughs at lovers' perjuries." Tibullius. Latin. Dictionary of Foreign Terms
Love 299 "Love is full of anxious fears." Ovid. Latin. Dictionary of Foreign Terms
Love 436 Love must be learned, and learned again and again; there is no end to it. Katherine Anne Porter. “The Necessary Enemy.” 1948. Gross, ed. Essays.
Love 436 Romantic love defined. "Romantic Love, more especially in America, where we are all brought up on it, whether we know it or not…is changeless, faithful, passionate, and its sole end is to render the two lovers happy." Katherine Anne Porter. “The Necessary Enemy.” 1948. Gross, ed. Essays.
Love 20 Impressions of love. "Of the love-making of Carol and Will Kennicott there is nothing to be told which may not be heard on every summery evening, on every shadowy block...biology and mystery...speech...slang phrases and flares of poetry...silences...contentment or shaky crises...all the beauty of youth, first discovered when it is passing--and all the commonplaceness of a well-to-do unmarried man encountering a pretty girl at the time when she is slightly weary of her employment and sees no glory ahead nor any man she is glad to serve." Sinclair Lewis, Main Street.