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Famous Romantic Novels

Love and romance is one of the oldest and most inherent emotions in the world. We've all heard that love is what makes the world go round... and we've often experienced it too. The feeling of love is so special that it makes everything in the world look more beautiful. We all try to sustain this spectacular feeling by getting lost in the world of famous romantic novels. Romantic novelists have been able to capture the essence of romance and translate it into beautiful words. When we read these very famous romantic novels we enter an imaginary world of passion, hope, love, lust, and desire.

The genre of romantic novels and romantic novelists began in the early 19th century. There were instances of romantic novels being published much earlier than that too, but the 19th century saw a rise in romantic novels. Such fantastic romantic novels written in those times are relevant till date. The characters of famous romantic novels become a part of our lives and we seem to dissolve in the world of the protagonist. The plot becomes one with our daily lives and we seem to be weaved into the complex story of the romantic novel.
What make a romantic novel famous are the complex characters and a well written plot. Some of the names of the most famous romantic novels are:

  • Gone With The Wind- Margaret Mitchell
  • Love Story- Erich Segal
  • The Flame And The Flower- Kathleen Woodiwiss
  • Rebecca- Daphne Du Maurier
  • Jane Eyre- Charlotte Bronte
  • Odyssey- Homer
  • Silas Marner- George Elliot
  • Emma- Jane Austen
  • Great Expectations- Charles Dickens
  • Sons And Lovers- D.H. Lawrence
  • A Scarlett Letter- Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Rainbow- D.H. Lawrence
  • Lady Chatterley's Lover- D.H. Lawrence
  • Romeo And Juliet- William Shakespeare
  • Othello- William Shakespeare
  • The Tempest- William Shakespeare

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  • Romantic Novels