by Alain de Botton
Editor: Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press
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On Love, which is world-famous novelist-philosopher Alain De Botton emblematic of the beginnings–the novel that launched his decorated literary career; and funny, profound, and searingly true-life exploration of loveA man and a woman meet in conversation on a flight from Paris to London, and so begins a love story–fist kiss at first argument, exaltation of grief, and everything in between.Each stage of the relationship is illuminated with starling clarity, Botton explores emotions often felt, but rarely understoodNow, in tandem with the arrival of The Road to Love–From Botton the first novel of twenty years and one on the maturity of love–we celebrate the timeless beginnings about the love of youth that serves The Course of Love is a precursor and companionReprinted with a brilliant introduction by the New York Times best-selling author of How a Person Should BeShelia Heti, On Love is a contemporary classic that should be read by anyone who has never fallen in love
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