Panitza Library

Subject Week: "Love in Literature through the Ages"

February 08, 2021

During the month of love and wine, Panitza Library team has the pleasure to suggest some interesting titles on the topic:

Print books:

1. Ansari, A., & Klinenberg, E. (2015). Modern romance. New York, New York : Penguin Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.  HQ801.A525 2015

2. Austin, J. (1909). Emma. London UK ; New York : Thomas Nelson & Sons.  PR4034 .E5 1909  

3. The Book of LoveWriters and Their Love Letters. (1992). New York : Pocket Books. PN6140.L7 B58 1992

4. Dickens, C. (2001). Great expectations. Mineola NY : Dover Publications. PR4560 .A1 2001

5. Fitzgerald, F. S. (1994). Tender is the night. Ware UK : Wordsworth Classics.  PS3511.I9 T4 1994 

6. Maugham, W. S. (1948). Catalina: a romance. Garden City, Doubleday. PR6025.A86 C3 1948

7. McCullough, C. (1977). The thorn birds. New York : Harper & Row.  PR9619.3.M32 T5 1977

8. Mitchell, S. A. (2002). Can love last?: the fate of romance over time. New York : W.W. Norton. HQ801 .M59 2002

9. Rand, A. (1999). Anthem. Penguin. PS3535.A547 A7 1999

10. Sparks, N. (2009). Dear John. New York : Grand Central Pub. PS3569.P363 D43 2009

11. Sparks, N. (2007). The choice. New York : Grand Central Pub. PS3569.P363 C47 2007

12. Steel, D. (2003). Dating game. New York : Delacorte Press. PS3569.T33828 D38 2003

13. Waller, R. J. (1992). The bridges of Madison County. New York, NY : Warner Books.  S3573.A4347 B75 1992

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books and articles.

E-Books:

1. Austen, J. (2008). Pride and Prejudice. The Floating Press. 

2. Brontë, C. (2008). Jane Eyre. The Floating Press. EBSCO. 

3. Eliot, G. (2016). Midmarch - A Study of Provincial Lifedle. New York : Open Road Integrated Media.

4. Scott, W., & Alexander, J. H. (1995). The Bride of Lammermoor. Edinburgh University Press.   

5. Shakespeare, W. (1978). Shakespeare's sonnets. ProQuest Ebook Central.          

Articles:

1. Guna Sundari, S. P. (2015). The Theme of Love and Marriage in Jane Austen’s Novels: Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. Language in India, 15(1), 101–117.

2. Changizi, P., Pourgiv, F., & Latifian, M. (2016). Tragedy of Love and Language Par Excellence: A Postclassical and Post-Modern Psychoanalytic Reading of Romeo and Juliet. Studia Universitatis Petru Maior - Philologia, 21, 89–104.

3. Eckhardt, J. (2006). “Love-song weeds, and Satyrique thornes”: Anti-Courtly Love Poetry and Somerset Libels. Huntington Library Quarterly, 69(1), 47-66. doi:10.1525/hlq.2006.69.1.47

4. Barbieri, M. (2002). A Way to Love This World: Poetry for Everyone. The English Journal, 91(3), 32-37.

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