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We can, nonetheless, describe in a general way what the word means when applied to medieval narrative.

The basic material of medieval romance is knightly activity and adventure; we might best define medieval romance as a story of adventure--fictitious, frequently marvelous or supernatural--in verse or prose.

The night I met George, the epitome of a charming Englishman, I was immediately drawn to him. After a long night out wandering the city with George, he put me into a cab. It hadn't even crossed my mind, but after the aloof coolness of the hipsters who populated my alma mater, Englishmen—with their jokes and their endearing awkwardness and their humor—were a welcome change.

Even though he wasn't stereotypically handsome, he was delightful and quick to make fun of himself—and to tease me: the typical American. When I wrote my college friend Rachel about George, she wrote back: What is with you and English guys?

Structurally, the medieval romance often follows the loose pattern of the quest, tending thus to be merely episodic--to have a plot structured by , of course, goes beyond this typical structure by imposing an artificial structure on the inherited structure, combining the plots to explain (insofar as explanation is possible); note, however, that the "duple structure" of explains not in terms of causation ("this was caused by that," "hence"), but in terms of juxtaposition and analogy ("this is like that").

Or how about Jennifer Lawrence (and her Englishman Nicholas Hoult)?As for Jennifer, we reported just last month that the mother-of-two and Drake have taken some time apart because of their busy schedules."They have just cooled things off a bit and it's not as fast as it was in the beginning," a source shared with E! "They very well may go to dinner tomorrow or in a month.They are in each other's lives, just doing their own thing now."Love was the first to report the romance news.Hello Phương Thanh, Often there is little logic to why we say 'make' or 'do' -- it's simply that we say 'make' with some things and 'do' with others.You can read a bit more about this on our delexical verbs page and in the Do or make? If you have any other questions after reading those pages, please let us know and we'll be happy to help you. Rob : Anyway, I wanted to look at some of the vocabulary of love and romance that came up. Hi Nizam Balinese, Both are quite possible here and can be used interchangeably in this context without any change in meaning.

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