The Passionate Friends Pdf
The Passionate Friends is a 1949 British romantic drama film directed by David Lean. The film is based on The Passionate Friends: A Novel by H. G. Wells. It describes a love triangle in which a woman cannot give up her affair with another man. The film was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.
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The protagonist is the novel’s first-person narrator, Stephen Stratton. The Passionate Friends is written as if addressed to Stephen’s eldest son, who is on the verge of adolescence. Stephen is the only child of a rector who loses his faith due to Darwinism. The most important relationship of Stephen’s life is with the Lady Mary Christian (later Lady Mary Justin), a beautiful blue-eyed contemporary who has been his childhood “playmate” and with whom he falls deeply in love at the age of nineteen during the summer before he begins his studies at Oxford. Mary returns his love, but will not promise to marry Stephen. Having resolved to “belong to me,” Mary weds Justin, a wealthy financier, but intends also to remain Stephen’s intimate friend.
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Name Of the Novel: The Passionate Friends
Author: H. G. Wells
Country: United Kingdom
Original title: The Passionate Friends: A Novel
Publisher: Harper and Brothers
Publication date: 1913
Published in English
Preceded by: Little Wars
Followed by: An Englishman Looks at the World
Book Type: Pdf / ePub
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