10+ Love and Infidelity Books for Free! [PDF]

Some experts consider that infidelity is part of human nature, and this is what is embodied in the texts of our collection of free books on love and infidelity, in PDF format.

In these exciting stories you will learn a different point of view of what for many is a sin, and for others is just a step towards their freedom and what they really feel.

There are several reasons that lead the characters to be unfaithful, and this is what the writers narrate in detail, exposing the thoughts, sensations, emotions and feelings experienced during infidelity.

In addition, they also narrate the consequences of actions outside the norm such as being unfaithful; consequences that can be devastating, even for people who are totally innocent of the events.

This is just a part of what you can enjoy in the more than 10 free books on love and infidelity, which we present below.

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1) Madame Bovary

Author: Gustave Flaubert

Madame Bovary is a novel that was published in installments in La Revue de Paris from October 1, 1856 to December 15 of the same year; and in book form, in 1857.

Besides being one of the literary selections par excellence in the genre of the so-called late romanticism, Madame Bovary constitutes one of the points of reference for the realism movement.

This work was developed in those years in three parts; with an incredible literary acuity, Gustave Flaubert shows his point of view on the life of the high-ranking society in early 19th century France, by marrying the main character to someone who offers her nothing more than to exhibit her as if she were a trophy.

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2) Anna Karenina

Author: Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina was first published in 1877. It had begun to appear in folio form in the journal Russki Véstnik (The Russian Messenger) between January 1875 and April 1877, but its publication was never completed due to Tolstoy’s disagreement with his publisher over the ending of the novel. Therefore, the first complete edition of the text appeared in book form in 1878.

The novel is considered one of the crowning works of realism. For Tolstoy, Anna Karenina was his first real novel. The physical appearance of the title character seems to be inspired by Maria Hartung (1832-1919), the first-born daughter of the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.

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3) Sentimental Education

Author: Gustave Flaubert

Sentimental Education (L’Éducation sentimentale in French) is a novel of 1869. It was his last novel published during his lifetime, considered one of the most influential novels of the 19th century. It was praised by contemporaries such as George Sand, Émile Zola and Henry James.

The novel describes the life of a young boy named Frédéric Moreau who lives through the revolution of 1848 and the founding of the Second French Empire, and his love for an older woman, Madame Arnoux. Flaubert based much of his protagonist’s experiences (including romantic passion) on his own life.

Sentimental Education has been described by Georg Lukács as the “psychological novel of disillusionment”. In a historical setting, Gustave Flaubert sketches a hero with features that, unlike Don Quixote, has a soul that surpasses in breadth of goals the world in which he lives.

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1) Madame Bovary

Gustave Flaubert

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2) Anna Karenina

Leo Tolstoy

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3) Sentimental Education

Gustave Flaubert

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4) The Scarlet Letter

Nathaniel Hawthorne

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5) The Return of the Native

Thomas Hardy

Source: Public Domain

8) The Mayor of Casterbridge

Thomas Hardy

Source: Public Domain

9) The Age of Innocence

Edith Wharton

Source: Public Domain

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