5+ Love and Passion Books for Free! [PDF]

Continuing with our task of offering our readers the best collections of free books, we have created an anthology of classic works. In this opportunity we present to you with love and passion books in PDF format.

Besides including love among the protagonists, these texts add the passion factor in the plot, which turns these stories into real treasures for readers.

A perfect amalgam between the purity of affective feeling, and the unbridled and uncontainable actions that passion provokes, are the epicenter of these narratives that have transcended in time.

Masterpieces such as Anna Karenina, by the famed and respected Leo Tolstoy, The Great Gatsby, by the outstanding F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Jane Eyre, by the incomparable Charlotte Brontë, are some of those on our list.

Love and passion books can very easily transport readers and make them experience a whole range of new and common emotions. Would you like to read these stories? Below we share with you more than 5 love and passion books in PDF format.

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1) 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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2) Lady Chatterly’s Lover

Author: D. H. Lawrence

Lady Chatterley’s Lover (often abbreviated Lady Chatterley) is a 1928 novel by British writer David Herbert Lawrence, also often abbreviated D. H. Lawrence.

The work caused scandal and was banned at the time because of scenes depicting explicit sexual intercourse. Published in Florence in 1928, it was not printed in the UK until 1960.

The Penguin edition is the second best-seller of the same, second only to his edition of the Odyssey. Because of the erotic content of the book and the easy access to the work that a low-cost publication such as Penguin’s would imply, there was a serious attempt to ban the edition. The plea in defense of the publication made by Krishna Menon, the publisher’s lawyer, is still being studied at Oxford.

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3) Sense and Sensibility

Author: Jane Austen

A secret, a lie, the hidden truth, what cannot be said, and a pact of silence imposed by piety or loyalty, are the basis of this novel that narrates the misfortunes and sufferings of two sisters who believe they have found love.

Both are affected by different obstacles on the road to marriage, by the selfishness of other people, the hilarious recklessness of their neighbors and, above all, by their own personality and character. All this brings them face to face with poverty and its limitations, and the possibility of an aimless life.

Marianne is loquacious and romantic. On the other hand, Elinor is the representation of prudence and reserve. With different personalities, these sisters will eventually find balance in their lives

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Love and Passion Books

1) Anna Karenina

Leo Tolstoy

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2) Lady Chatterly’s Lover

D H Lawrence

Source: Public Domain

3) Sense and Sensibility

Jane Austen

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4) Wuthering Heights

Emily Bronte

Source: InfoBooks Collection - Wuthering Heights

5) Women in Love

D H Lawrence

Source: Public Domain

6) A Room with a View

E M Forster

Source: Public Domain

7) The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo

Source: InfoBooks Collection - The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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