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Odysseus and Penelope

Valentine's Day: Literature of Love

February 14, 2012
by findingDulcinea Staff
Countless love stories in literature have inspired real-life romance. In this article find links to e-books, book club guides and other resources for exploring some of the most romantic tales in literature, including Jane Austen's "Emma," "The Odyssey" and "Captain Corelli's Mandolin."
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