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A Love Quote
Love feels no burden, regards not labors, strives toward more than it attains, argues not of impossibility, since it believes that it may and can do all things.--Thomas à Kempis
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Casanova and Francesca
Cassanova and Francesca are so different in many ways. Cassanova was a player to many girls, aka a womanizer. He was smart though in many ways, he had learned to seduce women through his choice of words. Francesca was a smart beautiful women who was strong. She had stuck up for herself, and was sexist. She believed that men were selfish pigs that couldnt take in a womens point of view. She hated womenizers. Everything she stood against, he was for. He had tricked her into falling in love with the real Casanova, and in the end, they both had something in common...They both learned to love (one another). They were timeless loves after that...