14 Love Lessons From Classic Literature, From ‘Hamlet’ To ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ | Vintage Industrial Style
You can read self-help books or call in and ask Dear Sugar about your relationship woes, or you can dig into some literary classics to get your head straight about romance this Valentine’s Day. There are plenty of love lessons hidden inside classic literature — and not just the obvious ones like Romeo and Juliet, Wuthering Heights, or The Notebook. Maybe that last one isn’t really a highbrow literary classic, but it is romantic — in an over-the-top, life-will-never-be-this-sexy way.
He kissed me on my head. It was a small, sweet gesture he would always do before we parted. Lunch was beautiful which left us both with full tummies and smiles. His cologne that smelled of vanilla hung in the air as he whipped his jacket around him; a flower was hidden in his pocket behind his coat lapel, a present from me. It had felt like one of those small moments you hung onto forever. To this day, we still walk to this corner and I giggle at him.