Love (Volume 11, No 2)
The Editors are now completing this forthcoming issue advertised for some time. Work in any genre and any style will be welcome on this vast and complex theme. The OED lists several dozen senses of the word for both the noun and the verb. There are many more compound uses and modern sexual variations and overtones. The Greeks first formulated a typology of eight types of love. And so on. No further elaboration is needed.
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