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Its a book worth reading (but probably not for the one who havent experienced love yet )!
And they do cause us to suffer, because the lover always loves the beloved more than he or she is loved in return.
Drawing upon literary examples and common sense, Barthes asks us what we mean when we state that we love someone.
Barthes " A Lover's Discourse" takes one on a journey of longing, the broken heart and what it means to love. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shea Johnson
I picked this up quite innocently at a bookshop, because the original title was obscured by a sales label. The only thing you could read was: LOVER’S DISCO. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susie Bright
Again, the cover and the content of the book were exactly what I was expecting in the mail. I appreciated this very much.Published 7 months ago by Jane Suh
Being familiar and having read Barthes extensively, I found this speculation — on a wonderful and inevitable topic — laborious and disciplined, but ultimately thin and lacking of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Oravla Olam
As mentioned in other reviews, this book is extraordinary difficult to read, but u may at the end found your soul just oscillated with the book(its a very strange feeling, a bit... Read morePublished 14 months ago by alex
Amazing, amazing book. It's dense, so it can take a while to push through, but it's such a beautiful book in its honesty and striking familiarity.Published 14 months ago by Fabbityfab11
A passionate, sensitive discourse on the physical nature of the senses: eroticism of art, sex and the fear of death.Published 22 months ago by Ciel Bergman
When I was a small child my mother used to listen to a Radio Serial called "When a Girl Marries:For all those in Love and For All who can Remember"If we can leave aside all... Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Claudius Clear
Ditto. If you're a nerd, a scholar, or a poet - or maybe just crazy in (preferable non-correspondend) love thinking that your love is so unique - buy this book and see the... Read morePublished on January 20, 2010 by Fabiana Pereira