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Ashurt's Two Loves

Summary: Reading the Apple Tree by John Galsworthy, the readers once again have a chance to comprehend and to perceive different senses in the loves, which Ashurt devoted to Megan Davis and to Stella Halliday.
TWO LOVES OF ASHURT

Love is no strange to human and human are born to love and to be loved. Our love poet Xuan Dieu used to say, "How can we survive without falling in love with another?" Therefore, no matter when and where we live, love is still beautiful with its myriads of senses ranging from sadness to happiness. Reading the Apple Tree by John Galsworthy, the readers once again have a chance to comprehend and to perceive different senses in the loves, which Ashurt devoted to Megan Davis and to Stella Halliday.

Megan Davis was a country girl who Ashurt met when he and his friend was making way to Charfolk. Right at their first meeting, our Ashurt was attracted by the natural beauty of this girl. "And Ashurt, who saw beauty without wondering how it could take advantage, thought "How pretty!." Slowly, Ashurt could...

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