The 7 Greatest Love Stories Of All Time

A few timeless tales will spring to mind the moment you consider the best love stories ever told.

Brontë wrote her first and only book, a heartbreaking classic written in the tradition of the "lost love can turn a good man evil" cliche, in 1847 under the pen name "Ellis Bell."

1. Emily Brontë, author of "Wuthering Heights"

First published in 1878, this novel by Leo Tolstoy is a literary soap opera and is often recommended by renowned authors. 

2. Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina"

Written and first as a play in 1597, this story of "star-crossed lovers" is among William Shakespeare's most well-known compositions

3. William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"

A never-produced play by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison, "Everybody Comes to Rick's," inspired this 1942 love story starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman

4. Murray Burnett "Casablanca"

Shakespeare's 1605 romantic comedy takes place in Athens when Duke Theseus arranges a large wedding festival. Theseus' daughter Hermia refuses to marry her fiancé because she has a hidden lover, Lysander.

5. Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

This 1957 Russian novel by Boris Pasternak, which won the Nobel Prize in Literature the following year, follows an ageless man torn between two women.

6. Pasternak's "Doctor Zhivago"

This romance centers on Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. After their father dies, they lose their estate and become poor. After moving in with a distant relative, the sisters experience grief and romance.

7. Jane Austen "Sense and Sensibility" In 1811, Jane Austen's classic was published anonymously as "by a lady."

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