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What We Talk About When We Talk About Love Love can register to an individual in many different ways. As Shakespear once said; “Love is blind”, for some that is true, for others love eventually fades or may be lost. Love may be something that takes people on a journey to be found. Some may even just see love simply as a four-letter word that has no meaning. Love can hurt, ache; make you happy, greatful and many other feelings. More importantly love has multiple effects and is unique to whomever it may involve. In Raymond Carvers story love is portrayed as something that may draw one to either encounter crazy situations or drive one to take drastic measures in the sake of love. How people react to that kind of love can be either one or the other; one might see that as true love, or not love at all. Love cannot not be defined and have one meaning; it simply is however one interprets or experiences love. Terri interrelates love as a driving force that perpetuates one to make obscene actions. Many people argue that there is a fine line between loving someone and being crazy about them. Though this may be true to some it is also just another interpretation. Terri’s ex-husband acted crazy over his love for Terri, but in the end though it was a strange form of love Terri still believed it to be every much love in it’s own unique way; “It may sound crazy to you, but it’s true just the same. ‘ Sure, sometimes he may have acted crazy. But he loved me. In His own way maybe, but he loved me” (Pg. 335). It
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