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Which classic work of literature is the most romantic? [poll]

February 14, 2012 |  6:30 am


Its Valentine's Day, a day of celebrating romance. If it's a bit artificially brewed, goosed a little by a culture that likes our holidays polished and popular, that doesn't make the sentiment any less worthy. Who doesn't like a little romance? And what book lover doesn't love a great book about lovers?

Below, we've picked four classic love stories. Which is the most romantic? If you don't love any of them, let us know what classic romance you truly adore.

Happy Valentine's Day.


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