The Art Of Romance Writing

Author: Valerie Parv
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781741152234
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With more than twenty million books sold internationally, Valerie Parv has made love and romance a career. This fully revised and expanded new edition is a necessity for the bookshelves of all hopeful romance writers.

The Art Of Romance

Author: Glory Chapman
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ISBN: 9781651777671
Size: 15,29 MB
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Where's the romance?You want love, but you don't want pain. You want the person you desire to see you as romantic, but how do you DO romance beyond the standard red roses and chocolates? First impressions count, but looks can be deceiving. Let's face it, we notice someone's physical characteristics first, but 'pretty is as pretty does.' Everything else about the person will determine whether you're compatible. These are clichés because they are true, so how do you increase your chances of happiness rather than heartache through dating and romantic partnership? Are you clueless about what happened when someone who interests you suddenly ghosts you? The Art of Romance can help you navigate the mysteries of romance if you want to find the partner who will make you both happy. The book covers: The 10 biggest misconceptions about romance The role of romance in intimacy, marriage, love, closeness, and sex Specific methods to nurture romantic love Setting the mood for romance Romance at the dinner table Tips for keeping the romance in long-distance relationships How to romance a man How to romance a woman Nurturing romance after your wedding vows How romance in marriage is different from dating romance Romantic indoor dates Romantic games for couples How to rekindle romance Much more! If you are ready to step up your romantic game, you've come to the right place. Stop spending your weekends alone licking the wounds of bad love or rejection. Stop wondering why you and your partner aren't closer. Learn how to DO romance! Your heart will thank you.If this sounds good, scroll up now, and buy it today!

Art Of Romance

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ISBN: 9780008181833
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The Art Of Romance

Author: Joanna Bowring
Editor: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791341224
Size: 12,94 MB
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"Founded in 1908 the now legendary Mills Boon created romantic heroes and heroines that reflected every decade: the dark and rugged sheikh-doctor-widower-businessman who meets the young, attractive girl-next-door-secretary-careerwoman. The winning formula rarely changed, and today a Mills Boon book is sold in the UK every three seconds, with Harlequin selling more than four books per second globally in 26 languages." "This unique collection of book covers offers a fascinating visual record of how our perceptions of romance, love and drama have evolved over the years, and presents a treasure-trove of inspiration for designers and artists, as well as anyone working in advertising, film or fashion."--BOOK JACKET.

Jean Renart And The Art Of Romance

Author: Nancy Vine Durling
Editor: University Press of Florida
ISBN: 9780813014951
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An extraordinary blend of realism and high artifice, unique in its combined use of songs and narrative, Jean Renart and the Art of Romance offers zestful dalliances in high places, handsome but self-serving knights, and a beautiful woman whose decisive intelligence allows her to triumph over daunting odds.

The Art Of Romance Mills Boon And Harlequin Cover Designs

Author: Joanna Bowring
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The Art Of Medieval French Romance

Author: Douglas Kelly
Editor: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299131906
Size: 16,67 MB
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Douglas Kelly provides a comprehensive and historically valid analysis of the art of medieval French romance as the romancers themselves describe it. He focuses on well-known writers, such as Chrétien de Troyes and Marie de France, and also draws on a wide range of other sources—prose romances, non-Arthurian romances, thirteenth-century verse romances, and variant versions from the later Middle Ages. Kelly is the first scholar to present the “art” of medieval romance to a modern audience through the interventions and comments of medieval writers themselves. The book begins by examining the difficulties scholars perceive in medieval literature: problems such as source and intertextuality, structure in its manifold modern meanings, and character psychology and individuality. These issues frame Kelly’s identification and discussion of all the known authorial interventions on the art and craft of romance. Kelly’s careful reconstruction of the “art” of romance, based on the records left by the romancers themselves, will be an invaluable resource and guide for all medievalists.

Love Everlasting

Author: Raymond J. Kelly
Editor:
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The Art Of Wooing

Author: David E. Outerbridge
Editor: Crown Pub
ISBN: 9780517549353
Size: 20,36 MB
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Traces the history of courtship, describes the essential elements of wooing, and recounts examples and anecdotes about courtship

Lethe

Author: Harald Weinrich
Editor: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801441936
Size: 11,54 MB
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Harald Weinrich's epilogue considers forgetting in the present age of information overflow, particularly in the area of the natural sciences."--Jacket.