Snow Falling on Cedars Essay | Snow Falling on Cedars and Fatal Attractions Response to Unrequited Love

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Snow Falling on Cedars and Fatal Attractions Response to Unrequited Love

Summary: This essay is a comparative study of the responses displayed by the lover and beloved involved in unrequited love in the texts Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson and the 1987 film Fatal Attraction directed by Adrian Lyne.
'Individuals respond differently to unrequited love.'

In the film Fatal Attraction directed by Adrian Lyne and the novel Snow Falling on Cedars written by David Guterson, unrequited love is explored from two alternative points of view. The two texts together highlight the different reactions and responses that can arise out of unrequited love and display how it is altered by the environment in which it takes place. They both thoroughly explore the lover's response too not having their love returned and project two contrasting reactions. The texts further display the side effects in which it can have on the beloved and demonstrate varied attempts to try and stop the person from continuing to love them. The deviation in roles played by each gender and its effects is also observed in the two inverse situations presented. The texts ultimately...

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