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While many choose to interpret this ending as a revelation of a mutual feeling by the loved one, it can also be seen as if the man Florence loves did not want to let her go free; he chooses to relocate her once again within the vicious circle of unrequited love where he is endlessly appreciated and she is running on false hope.
The Absolutist is the tale of unrequited love during the Great War--i.
Washington, Nov 2 (ANI): Everything from unrequited love to the uprisings of the Arab earlier this year could be blamed on the absoluteness of the rules, according to a new study.
With the new album Wounded Rhymes including tunes such as Sadness is a Blessing, Youth Knows No Pain and Unrequited Love, she's not kidding.
With elements of unrequited love, angst, suburban existence, and rebellion, Jean-Christophe Valtat meditates on "what it is to be smart, what it is to be dumb, and what it is to be in love" for teenagers in the 1980s.
The pain of unrequited love was your lot, Till you hit your head on something hard, And now you've got writer's block.
The homage begins with a few lines from the song Waqt ne kiya , from the Guru Dutt film Kagaz Ke Phool , a paean to unrequited love.
Summary: A romantic comedy with a difference - (500) Days of Summer - shows what unrequited love is like from a mans point of view.
In "L'Amour, an afternoon of Love and Heartbreak," the contemporary ballet troupe explores the many sides of romance, requited and unrequited.
Aaron Altman, a talented but plain correspondent, carries an unrequited torch for Jane.
The surplus on the current account resulted from the surplus realized on both the services balance and net unrequited transfers, which outpaced the increase in the trade deficit.
Tennant said: "We've had a love story, we've had an unrequited love story, why not have this.