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Love Story ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Love Story Author Erich Segal – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Oliver Barrett IV is a rich jock from a stuffy Wasp family on his way to a Harvard degree and a career in law Jenny Cavilleri is a wisecracking working class beauty studying music at Radcliffe They ar Oliver Barrett IV is a rich jock from a stuffy Wasp family on his way to a Harvard degree and a career in law Jenny Cavilleri is a wisecracking working class beauty studying music at Radcliffe They are opposites in nearly every way but they fell in love This is their story.

10 thoughts on “Love Story

  1. Nataliya Nataliya says:

    Love means never having to say you're sorry is probably among some of the most ridiculous statements ever Luckily it's a rare blemish on a simple but beautiful story Plus it's cheesy corny and insanely uotable so I'll have to give it a pass on that A girl and a boy meet and fall in love Jenny is a poor artistic sorta Catholic Radcliffe educated Italian American brainiac with a razor sharp tongue Oliver is a rich WASPy Harvard Preppy jock with a slew of Daddy issues and a Roman numeral after his name They fall in love despite the huge social gap between them Few Daddy issues ensue a fight or two happens the cheesy phrase see above is uttered to my sheer mortification They may or may not name their future kid Bozo the Clown Then Jenny dies gasp And I bawl my eyes out No worries no spoiler tags were needed We are warned about her death in the very first and famous paragraph What can you say about a twenty five year old girl who died? That she was beautiful and brilliant That she loved Mozart and Bach The Beatles And me We know about Jenny's death from the start and it is a true testament to Segal's brilliant characterization and narrative skills that her death still hits home still leaves all but the most heartless readers a bawling blob of tears and snot It did so for me and I am a self proclaimed cold hearted cynicThis book is written in a fresh and honest voice The characters feel truly alive It is beautiful simple short and funny It is sweet and touching but not overly melodramatic It is a uintessential love story and is fully worth the few well spent reading hours I've read it several times since age 12 and every time it melts my stony callousy heart What the hell makes you so smart? I askedI wouldn't go for coffee with you she answeredListen I wouldn't ask youThat she replied is what makes you stupid

  2. Greg Greg says:

    I read Love Story because I didn't want to see the movie but I wanted to know what everyone was talking about While it was an affecting and sentimental little story even at that young age I felt that it was trying too hard to tug on my heartstrings It seemed somehow too juvenile even to my then very juvenile mind In later years I came to realize that the movie's oft uoted line Love means never having to say you're sorry is a complete falsehood In fact love means always being willing to say your sorry and to mean it Love grows stronger with humility and the height of pride is the belief that a union can survive an unrepentant attitude

  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Love Story Erich SegalLove Story is a 1970 romance novel by American writer Erich Segal The book's origins lay in a screenplay that Segal wrote and that was subseuently approved for production by Paramount Pictures Paramount reuested that Segal adapt the story into novel form as a preview of sorts for the film The novel was released on February 14 1970 Valentine's Day Love Story is romantic and funny yet tragic It is the tale of two college students whose love enables them to overcome the adversities they encounter in life Oliver Barrett IV a Harvard jock and heir to the Barrett fortune and legacy and Jennifer Cavilleri the uick witted daughter of a Rhode Island baker Oliver Ollie was expected to assume control of his father's business empire while Jennifer Jenny was a music major studying at Radcliffe College and planning to study in Paris From very different worlds Oliver and Jenny are immediately attracted to each other and their love deepens The story of Jenny and Ollie is a story of two young people who come from two separate worlds and are brought together in the unlikeliest of ways عنوانها داستان عشق؛ قصه عشق؛ اثر اریک سگال؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز سی و یکم ماه می سال 1991میلادیعنوان داستان عشق؛ اثر اریک سگال؛ مترجم ناصر قاسمی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، دماوند، 1369، در 183ص، چاپ دوم 1370؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20معنوان قصه عشق؛ اثر اریک سگال؛ مترجم پروین قائمی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، کتاب درنا، 1379، در 144ص، شابک ایکس 964610536؛ عنوان قصه عشق؛ اثر اریک سگال؛ مترجم افشین هاشمی فشارکی؛ تهران، نشر علم، 1393، در 197ص، شابک 9789644058158؛ عنوان قصه عشق؛ اثر اریک سگال؛ مترجم سودابه پرتوی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، در 142ص؛ این‏ کتاب با عنوان «داستان عشق»، نخستین بار و با برگردان جناب آقای «ناصر قاسمی، انتشارات دماوند، در سال 1369هجری خورشیدی»؛ و با برگردان جناب آقای «افشین هاشمی فشارکی، توسط نشر علم، در سال 1393هجری خورشیدی» نیز منتشر شده استاولیور بارت، جوانی ثروتمند و خوشحال و موفق است؛ او راگبی بازی می‌کند، و قیافه ی جذابی دارد؛ وی با پدرش، «اولیور بارت چهارم»، ارتباط خوبی ندارد، چون می‌اندیشد او مرد سردی است، که تنها به آبروی خویش اهمیت می‌دهد؛ با اینحال، پدرش همیشه سعی بر سخن گفتن، و نزدیک‌تر شدن به او را دارد؛ وی روزی آنگاه که به کتابخانه می‌رود، با «جنیفر کاویلری» دانشجو، و یکی از دو مسئول کتابخانه، روبرو می‌شود؛ هنگامیکه «جنیفر» کتاب «اولیور» را به او می‌دهد، آن‌ها با هم گفتگو می‌کنند؛ «جنیفر» او را مسخره می‌کند، و او را پرپای کسی که در یک مدرسه خصوصی درس می‌خواند صدا می‌کند، و می‌گوید او ثروتمند و ابله است؛ «اولیور» که از آن حرف خشمگین شده، می‌گوید «من باهوش، ولی فقیرم؛ اینکه باهوشم دلیل بر ابلهی من نیست»؛ و «جنیفر»، پاسخ می‌دهد «نه، پرپای؛ این منم که باهوش ولی فقیرم»؛ آن‌ها کم‌ کم به یکدیگر علاقه پیدا می‌کنند، و تصمیم بر ازدواج می‌گیرند؛ پدر «اولیور» باور دارد، او بایستی چند سال دیگر تا ازدواج صبر کند، و وقتی «اولیور» اصرار می‌کند، می‌گوید «از هرگونه کمک مالی به او معذور است»؛ «اولیور» و «جنیفر»، با یکدیگر ازدواج می‌کنند؛ با کار سخت، سرمایه ی خود را تأمین می‌کنند؛ می‌خندند؛ گریه می‌کنند؛ بحث می‌کنند؛ دعوا می‌کنند؛ می‌فهمند که چقدر یکدیگر را دوست میدارند؛ سپس، متوجه می‌شوند که زمان زیادی برایشان باقی نمانده؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 11061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  4. TK421 TK421 says:

    I appreciate a good love story No don’t give me THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY—that book was crap Give me a story where the characters are aligned with Holden Caulfield or Pookie from Nichol’s THE STERILE CUCKOO I want smart assy and witty banter I want characters that play by their own rules or make them up as they go along I want the possibility of real life Enter Erich Segal and LOVE STORY Published in 1970 this short—133 page—novel is relatively obscure today That’s a shame Segal created wonderful characters in Jenny and Oliver Sure they were from Harvard and Radcliffe; they have the all too common poor girl and rich boy histories; but Segal was wise with his characters He gives the readers just enough to know them all the while making the reader fall in love with them Before becoming a novel this story was intended to be a script No one bought it When asked to rewrite it and submit it to a publisher instant success ensued It was eventually made into a movie with Segal writing the scriptoh did I mention it was nominated for seven Oscars? So the story is simple Rich boy falls in love with poor girl Poor girl opens the eyes of rich boy to the nuances and beauty of life Poor girl dies This is all told in the opening of the book so I’m not spoiling anything But the emotional impact I you might get while reading this book is beyond words I knew Jenny was destined to die I knew there would be revelations about class and family But I never expected a sparsely written book to pierce me as uickly as or as deeply as this one did Books don’t make me cry This one did I transposed this love story to my wife’s and my love story I thought about all I would have never experienced if I lost her at such an early stage of marriage All of our inside jokes All of the fights and I’m sorrys All of the times when we made our happiness Man I sound gushy But that is the power of this book It awakens feelings in you At least it did for me Read the book It’s short It’s sparsely written Which isn’t to suggest that it lacks depth It’s a book that deserves to be remembered Hey you might even get that wonderful feeling you once had with your special someone Perhaps I am just a hopeless romantic HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

  5. Nikita Nikita says:

    I laughed I cried and believe me i cried a lot I fell in love I learned I simply love the book It was indeed beautifully written and it reached out into the depths of my soul My heart just poured out as I read the last few pages of the book Such a tiny book to stir such great emotions in me beautiful

  6. Fabian Fabian says:

    It may be that you need Super Sad True in the title for this is the only way the tale could be made relevant contemporary in the year 2017 The jock Italian girl thing may of once been deemed you know sultry As exotic for this WASP y crowd as anything else Right now 20 yr olds getting married seems a bigger exotic waaaay rarer occurrenceSnarky and sexy teens? ALWAYS in vogue tales of new but doomed love? Hella DITTO

  7. Nan Nan says:

    Shallow contrived pseudo tearjerker I read this many years ago when it came out and even though I was much younger and not as wise and mature as I am now I realized how meaningless was the by word of the book Love means not having to say you're sorry Love actually means being constantly ready to ask for give and receive forgiveness

  8. Mia Mia says:

    I thought Erich Segal's Love Story would be great I really did considering all the hype that has lasted for decades ButThere was no chemistry at all between Oliver and Jenny The Couple The only thing they have in common is they like to swear a lot which got too old too soon in the book I mean Oliver had way chemistry with Phil his wife's dad than with his own wifeNeither characters were likable or relatable We don't get to know them at all All we know is that Oliver is a rich kid who loves Jenny than money or his own father And Jenny is this poor smart musician who became a teacher and calls her dad by his first nameThe only actual loving relationship I cared about was not the one between the couple but between the dad and son and that was the relationship that wasn't explored at all except for when Segal sneaks in a lame attempt at reconciliation on the last pageIf love means not ever having to say you're sorry then it's good that I don't love this book because I am sorry for having read it

  9. Sonia Gomes Sonia Gomes says:

    Read this book when I was 16 and was completely overwhelmed by it But what do you expect when you are sixteen live a simple life in a village with your parents and have dreams of a great romance But 30 years later am much cynical and realise that love is not a simple 'not having to say sorry'At sixteen however I thought it was the greatest and with that in mind I do cherish the idea that 'love is not having to say you are sorry'

  10. Jenny Jenny says:

    It's a very simple storyA boy meets a girlthey fall in lovebut instead of happily ever after there's a sad ending But it was the emotions in the book which made it worth reading The story is beautiful funnyemotionaland a bit sad As much as I loved the storyit was very simpleand I am giving it 4 stars only because it was very touchingand also because this book was capable of making me read it when it has already told the ending on the very first page It was a great short read

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