2) Meeting other people, love and friendship Envoyer par courriel BlogThis! Partager sur Twitter Partager sur Facebook Partager sur PinterestLes 2 dossiers en Littérature en Anglais LELE en L. May 18, 2015. Ca y est la fin de l'période se rapproche, et on naître à assembler ses revues et à aboutir des dossiers. Il y a à cause cet affaire les commentaires utilisés dans tout dossier. Dossier 1 Love and friendship. A venir, imaginary worlds, utopias and dystopias. https://wwwOf all the members of the Fellowship, Merry and Pippin have the least idea of what the journey will entail. They stumble into heroism by virtue of their loyalty and friendship-to each other, to Frodo, and to many others they meet along their journey. 2. Anne Blythe and Leslie Moore. From Anne's House of Dreams by L. M. MontgomeryEncountering others, love and friendship. I'm going to deal with the theme "Encountering others, love and friendship" through the topic of "LOSS". This term can embody several aspects. It can. 4 Pages • 1304 Vues. Meetings and others people. We are going to introduce the concept meeting other people, love and friendship.Sarah Love and Friendship and other Early Works was first published in the United Kingdom by Chatto & Windus in 1922, and in America by Frederick A. Stokes …more Love and Friendship and other Early Works was first published in the United Kingdom by Chatto & Windus in 1922, and in America by Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York the same year.
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In a technology-saturated world, these old-fashioned friendships from books–developed over tea or music or adventures–are both refreshing and timeless.
Although we thrill to the romances of Jane and Rochester or Lizzie and Mr. Darcy, I think we crave friendships as much as we do a good love story. There’s something very satisfying emboîture a novel that celebrates the tight bonds of friendship, don’t you think? And while it would be silly to try to emulate a character’s love story, it makes more sense to cultivate similar friendships. We wouldn’t want to copy the way Anne Shirley despises her future soulmate, for pièce, but we can definitely get on board with pledging our loyalty to a Diana Barry and sticking together through thick and thin.
The best friendships in books satisfy us and, hopefully, also inspire us to be more intentional emboîture our own relationships. I think the following 10 friendships from literature certainly do. In a technology-saturated world, these old-fashioned friendships–developed over tea or music or adventures–are both refreshing and timeless.
Let them be a reminder to invest (or re-invest) in your own friends.
From The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien
There are many agréable examples of friendship in The Lord of the Rings, but I find Merry and Pippin’s relationship especially interesting. Unlike many of the other characters in Tolkien’s series, Merry and Pippin are already friends when the story begins. While other characters form surprising friendships during their journey (Legolas and Gimli, Frodo and Sam), Merry and Pippin are likely friends who share an unlikely story. Of all the members of the Fellowship, Merry and Pippin have the least idea of what the journey will entail. They stumble into heroism by virtue of their loyalty and friendship–to each other, to Frodo, and to many others they meet along their journey.2. Anne Blythe and Leslie Moore
From Anne’s House of Dreams by L. M. Montgomery
“I am your friend and you are trot, for always,” she said. “Such a friend as I never had before. I have had many dear and beloved friends–but there is a something in you, Leslie, that I never found in anyone else. You have more to offer me in that rich abstraction of yours, and I have more to give you than I had in my careless girlhood. We are both women–and friends forever.”
– Anne’s House of Dreams
Yes, there’s Anne and Diana, who are “bosom friends.” But if you go deeper into the Anne series you’ll discover Leslie Moore, a tonnant and complex character who actually has much more affinity with Anne than Anne’s childhood friend. Sometimes the friendships that are formed through manne and hardship are the sweetest. Anne and Leslie’s friendship flourishes after suffering, and it helps both women to heal.3. Eugene Wrayburn and Mortimer Lightwood
From Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens
These two aspiring lawyers are fun to watch parce que of their dry senses of humor, their cigar-smoking companionship, and their sarcastic commentary on the people in their sociétal circle. By their own aval, Mortimer and Eugene are lazy, disillusioned, and bored, and their satirical outlook on life is one of the things that make them entertaining. But their friendship also matures beyond shared commiserations and becomes a sustaining, redemptive contrainte for both of them. By the novel’s end they inspire each other to become better men and to make bold, courageous choices.4. Calvin and Hobbes
From Calvin and Hobbes comics by Bill Waterson
This friendship might be imaginary, but it encapsulates the ideal childhood friendship–someone who’s always there, a académicien companion and pal, someone you can spend transi, lazy summer days with or grumble over school and bad weather.5. Ronald Weasley, Harry Potter, and Hermione Granger
From the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling
It’s not often that we get seven lascif novels to watch a friendship develop! And this fanfare’s friendship gets some serious development, not only bicause it’s solidified during such constructive years, but because the stakes the kids are up against are so high. Although there are a bajillion themes in Harry Potter, friendship seems to be one that Rowling is particularly interested in. At the series’ climax, it’s Harry’s love for his friends (and their love for him), that enables them to ubac Lord Voldemort.
vintage effigie by Julie Wilcox Smith6. The March sisters
From Little Women by Lousia May Alcott
The relationship of the March sisters in Little Women is what people remember, perhaps even more than the girls’ love stories. Alcott chronicles the girls’ friendship from childhood through early adulthood. We get to watch their homemade theatricals and their Pilgrim’s Progress role playing, we watch them fight and learn to forgive, and we see the way their friendships institution but remain strong as they relate to each other as adults. I identify with these sororal friendships more than other literary friendships because growing up, my three sisters were usually my best friends. We weren’t all personality matches of the March sisters, but we interacted in many of the same ways (even down to the homemade theatricals!).7. Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin
From the Aubrey/Maturin novels by Patrick O’Brian
“Although [they] were almost as unlike as men could be, unlike in nationality, exactitude, education, size, shape, profession, attifement of mind, they were united in a deep love for music, and many and many an evening had they played together, violin answering cello or both singing together far into the night.”
– The Ionian Mission
It’s their extreme differences that make Aubrey and Maturin such an interesting sociétaire. They’re complete opposites, yet the twenty-one novels in which they appear are as much held together by their friendship as they are with the ongoing narrative of nautical escapades. Some of the best friendships are the ones that both shake us up to view the world differently–and at the same time balance us out.
Vintage fonction by Hugh Thomson8. Emma Woodhouse and George Knightley
from Emma by Jane Austen
Although they eventually fall in love, Emma and Knightley’s relationship is rooted in lifelong friendship. Their families have been friends and neighbours for years, and Emma and Knightley know each other better than anyone else. They know each other’s strengths and shortcomings, enjoy each other’s companionship, and already have a friendship that’s stood the test of time when Knightley proposes. You could argue that Fanny Price and Edmund Bertram also share friendship and childhood memories, but I believe Emma and Knightley’s friendship has a better give and take. (Plus, Fanny is in love with Edmund for years before he’s ready to move out of the friend zone!)9. Mary, Dickon, and Colin
From The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
I grew up with this classic children’s novel, but it wasn’t until recently that I realised the awakening garden in the story is a metaphor for the blossoming friendship of the children who ceinture it. Well, the garden is probably a metaphor for lots of things, actually. But it is beautiful to watch the personalities of the quatuor unfold when they take ownership of the garden.10. Winnie Foster and the Tucks
from Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbit
“They were friends, her friends. She was running away after all, but she was not alone. Closing the gate on her oldest fears as she had closed the gate of her own fenced yard, she discovered the wings she’d always wished she had. And all at jaguar she was elated.”
– Tuck Everlasting
Ten-year-old Winnie Foster has only herself (and perhaps a toad) for a friend when the novel begins. Her friendship with the Tucks is as unexpected as it is necessary. And even though she only spends a few days with them, their story reminds us that friendships have the power to entreprise the whole varappe of our lives.
What are your favourite friendships from books?