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Famous Romantic Novels

Love Words Counter in the Most Famous Romantic Novels

Do you feel love is in the air? Valentine’s Day is coming. Soon people will buy presents and chocolates for the beloved ones, couples will plan their vacations, and everything around you will turn into pink and red and beautified with hearts or flowers. If you strongly dislike all the fuss and buzz, there’s still no reason to lose your heart.

Valentine’s Day is an amazing occasion to recollect the best love stories of all time and read them once again. Romantic mood of the famous novels will win over your skepticism giving you exciting experience and feelings.

The Unplag plagiarism checker team enjoys love stories and statistics, that’s why we decided to conduct a kind of research, which helped define which romantic story contains the biggest amount of love words. Based on the collected data, we created an infographic.

We analyzed 2,365,012 words from 10 most popular romantic stories (Romeo and Juliet, The Notebook, 50 Shades of Grey, Anna Karenina, Madame Bovary, Gone with the Wind, Jane Eyre, The Great Gatsby, Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prejudice, Twilight), and counted the following words: love(r, ing), hate, death, heart, relationship, affection, passion, and wedding. Below you can see our findings. They really surprised us a lot. Just take a look!

P.S.: For the most curious of you, another infographic for Valentine’s Day is here.

Famous Romantic Novels

Famous Love Stories

Famous Love Stories Endings: The Great Spoiler for Valentine’s Day

This day is coming soon. We’ll get lost in tons of heart-shaped greeting cards and candies, read a countless number of articles on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day, where to choose the right present for your sweetheart, and what way express your feelings to the one you love. These things are really long-awaited nevertheless they are repeated annually.

The Unplag plagiarism checker team decided to do something special this year. Can you guess what exactly we did? We’ve thoroughly studied the most popular love stories, divided their endings into groups and created an infographic you’re sure to fall in love with. Well, of course, it’s a bit spoilerish, since we reveal some plot secrets, but we do hope it won’t break your heart.

So, meet the 18 novels we’ve chosen: Romeo and Juliet, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Cyrano de Bergerac, Madame Bovary, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Anna Karenina, The Master and Margarita, Gone With The Wind, Thorn Birds, The Great Gatsby, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Phantom of the Opera, Bridget Jones’s Diary Series, The Notebook, Twilight Series, and Fifty Shades of Grey Series.

For all these stories we’ve managed to define six the most typical endings. Here they are: death, marriage, children, staying together, separation, and unrequited love.

So, it’s the right time to go to the book world and recollect how these romantic stories end.


Famous Love Stories

Want to view other visuals we posted not so long ago? Click here to take a Christmas stories quiz or follow this link to learn what weird jobs renowned writers once had!

christmas quiz

Grab Your Chance to Take a Christmas Story Quiz by Unplag

Do you catch yourself murmuring “White Christmas” song time and again? And a desire to re-watch “Home Alone” is getting stronger with every passing second? It’s a clear sign that a time for ho, ho, ho is coming soon with its sparkling decorations, candy canes, mistletoes, and fir trees!

Christmas is one of the most celebrated annual holidays bringing along lots of traditions deep-rooted in the ancient culture. No wonder that so many of us get ready for this special day well in advance as well as we, the Unplag free plagiarism checker team, do. For many of us Santa-Google becomes an absolutely essential assistant: You enter requests related to Christmas dishes, party games, gifts, romantic films to watch, etc.

But for this opportunity, you would never know that evergreen holiday trees were worshipped by a lot of pagans, mistletoes were used for winter festivities by the Druids long before Christ was born, or that famous red-leaved plants poinsettias originally come from Mexico.

Have you ever resorted to the Internet for Christmas must-do lists? Obviously, this thing can stand you in good stead to timely cope with holiday chores. Aside from stocking stuffers and holiday menus, you need to take care of leisure time activities too. So, why not add a quiz with the most popular Christmas stories to your list? Unplag created the one especially for you! It’s high time to remember the admired plots and characters and find out if you can guess all of them. Share your score with us!

christmas quiz

plagiarism hell

Nine Circles of Plagiarism Hell [Infographic]

Through me, you pass into the city of consequences —
All hope abandon ye plagiarists who enter here.

In the spirit of Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy, Unplag plagiarism checker reveals an alternative and humorous look at the fate that awaits plagiarists who are committing a sin against originality.

The plagiarism hell has a place for everyone, even “good” souls who ignore plagiarism guidelines, thereby sealing their fate to one day plagiarize and face the consequences of plagiarism, dwell here.

The infographic takes a closer look at what happens to poor souls guilty of various plagiarism sins, ranging from the unintentional plagiarism to submitting the wholly stolen work. It offers a tour through the nine increasingly dreadful circles of plagiarism hell, in which sinners remain until they correct all incidents of copying and fraud. The most passive souls never leave, abandoning their graduation and career dreams.

The Nine Cirles of Plagiarism Hell

Be aware of plagiarism and take care!

Big-name authors and their weird jobs

Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers [Infographic]

In the infographic below, Unplag plagiarism checker dives into big-name writers and their extraordinary jobs.

No one is born a writing genius. Famous literary giants whose novels changed the world and the way we think and live are not an exception. They had extremely odd and unpaid jobs before they became full-time writers. Check out and get inspired by the stories of James Joyce, Scott Fitzgerald, Charles Dickens and others.weird jobsDownload this infographic.

Check out our recent post Imagine, Famous Writers Had These Unusual Jobs!