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JoJo and Diamon Bubbles

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of Love

An Intense feeling of deep

Love comes in different forms . Diary of a Mad Black woman comes in a form of love and war. The princess and the frog is a form of comman romantatic love. And Mulan is a love and sacrifce type of love.
Diary of a Mad Black Woman
Love In Mulan 2
Love in The Princess and the Frog
2 different people that come from 2 completely different backgrounds. Rich not working for anything and Poor who works for everything. Get turned into frogs together and worked together and later fall in love. A classic Rich and Poor love story.
To Kill a Mocking Bird.
Love is pure... and comes in different forms...
To Kill a Mocking Bird example 1
To Kill a Mocking Bird example 3.
Love in To Kill a Mocking Bird. example 2

"Atticus says you can choose
your friends but you cant choose family.And they are still kin to you,rather you acknowledge them or not.And it makes you look right silly if you don't." (lee 85)
I can't say I approve of everything he does maudie.But hes my brother. And I just want to know when this will end.It tears him to pieces.He doesn't know it yet but it tears him to pieces
"Alexandra, Calpurnias not leaving untill
she wants to. You may think otherwise.But I
couldn't of gotten along all these years with out
her. Shes a faithful member of this family and You'll simply have to accept things the way they are."(lee 28)
To Kill a Mocking Bird.
Lee Harper. To Kill a Mockingbird. New York:Warner Books, 1982.
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