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Topic: Romeo and Juliet, Madame bovary, end of the affair

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In our discussions of Romeo and Juliet, we examined the relationship between religion and love, and how Romeo and Juliet create a religion of love.
In that religion, you’ll recall, the beloved is exalted, falling in love is like being reborn, religious experience becomes thrilling but terrifying, and love retains a certain mystery.
Love and religion also converge at various points in Madame Bovary as well as in The End of the Affair.
Do either Flaubert and / or Greene present a “religion of love”?
If so, what are its features?
To what extent is such a religion celebrated and / or criticized?

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