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But, in all honesty I dysfunctional literary couples more than I probably should. Where does the passion go? Then again, there are some pretty gnarly couples out there, if you really take a look at it. Jay Gatsby and Daisy were absolutely awful for each other, since their relationship was entirely based on basically how many shirts Gatsby had. Lady Brett Ashley and Jake both desperately loved the idea of loving each other, but never got around to it thanks to a nasty war injury thanks, Hemingway! Sure, that angst and longing keeps pages turning, but at the end of the day, these people are just not right for each other. But hey, if the path for true love always ran smoothly, we wouldn't have some of the best books in history.
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To be or not to be…is not the question. Louise has nothing. Lavinia has everything.
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