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Transcript of Romance
A Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tale
Hans Christian's Background
Why Do Romantic Novels Exist?
Everyone dreams of falling in love and experiencing the range of emotions that go with it
Appeal of Romance
Is in the difficult situations, misunderstandings, and obstacles faced by the characters
Elements to Romantic Novels
This genre usually has a theme that explores an issue with love, including love at first sight, love triangles, unrequited love and forbidden love.
A Cinderella Story
The Lucky One
A Walk To Remember
Romantic novels allow readers to experience the pleasure and the pain of falling in love through the characters
People read these novels to experience how love either works out, or to experience the pain of a failed relationship
Readers want to fall in love as if for the first time with every new book
Everyone wants to feel like they belong, which is what romantic novels give, a sense of being loved
Chad Michael Murray
Emilie de Raven
There are two basic elements to every romantic novel
1) A central love story
2) An emotionally- satisfying and optimistic ending
This is because it's a safe way for readers to experience these emotions
John and Eliza
How my story fits the convention of romance
Love at first sight and forbidden love
Two main characters face difficult situations and misunderstandings
Central love story
Does not have an emotionally-satisfying ending for the readers, but it is for the characters
John leaves Eliza for her own comfort, he does it for love
Reading a romantic novel gets readers caught up in a new world where there is excitement, fun, danger, and a wonderful couple
affection towards one another
sacrifice for love
Die In Your Arms
Written by: Musfara Imran
We've got this gift of love, but love is like a precious plant. You can't just accept it and leave it in the cupboard or just think it's going to get on by itself. You've got to keep watering it. You've got to really look after it and nurture it.