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Famous Love Stories Endings: The Great Spoiler for Valentine’s Day [Infographic]

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This day is coming soon. We’ll get lost in tons of heart-shaped greeting cards and candies, read a countless number of articles on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day, where to choose the right present for your sweetheart, and what way express your feelings to the one you love. These things are really long-awaited nevertheless they are repeated annually.

The Unplag plagiarism checker team decided to do something special this year. Can you guess what exactly we did? We’ve thoroughly studied the most popular love stories, divided their endings into groups and created an infographic you’re sure to fall in love with. Well, of course, it’s a bit spoilerish, since we reveal some plot secrets, but we do hope it won’t break your heart.

So, meet the 18 novels we’ve chosen: Romeo and Juliet, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Cyrano de Bergerac, Madame Bovary, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Anna Karenina, The Master and Margarita, Gone With The Wind, Thorn Birds, The Great Gatsby, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Phantom of the Opera, Bridget Jones’s Diary Series, The Notebook, Twilight Series, and Fifty Shades of Grey Series.

For all these stories we’ve managed to define six the most typical endings. Here they are: death, marriage, children, staying together, separation, and unrequited love.

So, it’s the right time to go to the book world and recollect how these romantic stories end.

The Great Spoiler Endings of Famous Love Stories

Submitted by Anastasiia Tkachenko | Infographic Source

Everyone has a love story. However, not everyone’s ends well. Reading love stories is every romantic’s favourite pastime. Did you ever find parallels between famous love stories and your life? Confess in the comments! Share this post with those you know would hate the spoilers in this infographic.  

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