Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Greatest Literary Romances

Go to fullsize imageIn this week’s installment of our “Greatest Of” lists, we’ve decided to take on the noble topic of love.  We submit for your entertainment: Greatest Literary Romances (that we’ve read).

Please be forewarned that our list does not guarantee a “happily ever after” ever after.  One of the infamous couples listed below only shared a few memories together, yet their passion was nonetheless profound.  Additionally, one of the individuals on the list is technically not
human… hopefully everything’s out on the table now.

Anyway, as always be sure to tell us who we’ve missed and where we’re wrong!    

Greatest Literary Romances

  1. Rhett & Scarlett – Gone with the Wind
  2. Darcy & Elizabeth – Pride and Prejudice
  3. Edward & Bella – Twilight Series
  4. Edward & Jane – Jane Eyre
  5. George & Lucy – A Room with a View
  6. Henry & Clare – The Time Traveler’s Wife
  7. Edward & Elinor – Sense and Sensibility
  8. Georgia & Robbie – Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging
  9. Michael & Sarah – Redeeming Love
  10. Jack & Aliena – The Pillars of the Earth

Editor’s Note:  What an impressive showing for Edward.  It’s quite clear what you should name your child if you want to raise a future Dr. Loooove….

1 comment:

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