Literature is filled with unrequited love, affairs, romances, the process of finding love, courtship, and discovering there are ways to live on even when a love is lost. But, how do the characters say "I love you" and what can we learn from the greatest writers in literary history. Read more about how to say "I love you."
by Fifi Weinert. This book is a collection of poems, letters and stories--all about love.
by Nancy Butler. This book features more than 500 quotations from some of the greatest sources in literary history.
by Priya Hemingway. Andrews McMeel Publisher. From the publisher: "Drawn from the universal experience of loving, the expressions of love that are found in this book lead the reader on a journey of discovery."
by Jordan L. Linfield. Random House. From the publisher: "'Words of Love' brings readers the fun and the quirky, the pithy and the unorthodox, from Ovid to Brownings, from D.H. Lawrence to Camille Paglia."
HarperCollins. From the publisher: "As a gift book for the special someone, What I Love Most About You says more than most of us can without gushing."