Hero and Leander (13 of 15)
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Hero and Leander (13 of 15)
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Hero and Leander (13 of 15)
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Hero and Leander (13 of 15)
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Hero and Leander (13 of 15)

Publication Date: February 16, 2011

Chapter: English Literature in the Sixteenth Century

Time passes, and Leander can no longer bear to be apart from his love. Arriving upon the banks of the sea that separates him from Hero's tower, he finds turmoil: the sea is going nuts. Stud that he is, Leander says "screw it," rips off his clothes, and dives in. He'd rather die in the raging tempest than live another day without his beloved. Which is beautiful, I'll admit, if not incredibly stupid. I mean, seriously, dude: just jerk off and wait out the storm. It can't last forever, ya know

Author: Christopher Marlowe • Year: 1598 • Info: Wikipedia

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