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Issue #8: Origins and evolution of love stories

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
In this week’s issue, the topic is Love Stories. ❤️
Love stories that begin with a look, have to fight against society and go beyond death. The ones that end and become stories of crime and violence. 
And love stories that grow with us and make us feel free and happy.
Lovers of romance or not, let’s go! 💌

Love at first sight
#Read To a passer-by | Charles Baudelaire’s lost opportunity
Love VS Society
#Read Pride and Prejudice: where femininity builds masculinity
#Read Normal People | Relations rarely concern the two lovers only
#Watch Bombay Rose has a unique visual animation style
Love without age
#Watch Amour | An experience
Love against violence
#Experience The Bust of Costanza Bonarelli hides a story of jealousy
Love as personal growth
#Play Fearless (Taylor’s Version) | A mature outlook on a coming-of-age record
What if a love story doesn't work?
Raffaella Carrà - Tanti Auguri | 1978
There is no such thing as a perfect romance. However, the stories we get to know through literature, cinema, music, or art help us dream and identify with love stories from distant worlds or times.
Finally, there are our stories, which we decide to write every day.
Have a lovely weekend!🌹
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