The Four Loves
In this candid, wise and warmly personal book, C.S. Lewis describes the four basic kinds of human love -- affection, friendship, erotic love, and the love of God. He explores the possibilities and problems of the love between parents and children; the love of men for other men and women for women; the love of men and women for each other; and the love of God that enriches all love. Lewis also explores the questions of sex, possessiveness, jealousy, pride, false sentimentality, good and bad manners in loving, and the need for more laughter between lovers. There are risks that accompany the rewards of love, the author cautions, but he recommends taking them, since "hell is the only place outside of heaven where we can be safe from the dangers of love."--Back cover.
Likings and Loves for the SubHuman ΙΟ
Other editions - View all
Affection already animal Appreciative beauty become begin believe Beloved better body certainly Charity Christian circle claim comes common condition continually course danger desire Divine doubt earthly easy Eros exist experience express face fact Father feel Friends Friendship Gift-love give Grace happiness heart Heaven human husband important keep kind lead least less live lovers marriage matter mean meet merely mind moment natural loves necessary Need-love never notice object offered once ourselves particular past perhaps pleasure possible present question reason religion seems seen sense serious sexual share side simply sometimes sort speak spiritual suppose sure talk taste thing thought true truth turn Venus voice whole wife woman women