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A, a judge, loses his brief case * B finds a lost brief case belonging to A, a judge, and restores it to him; and the acquaintance, thus begun, ripens into love ** (801) (822) 7 (a) (898) (1073) A is crude, unhandsome and repellant to the ladies, although he desires to be a gallant * A receives from A-7 a small object of mystery, X, which A-7 declares will make him redoubtable in love. A takes X and fares forth to try it ** (8a) (1330) (1347) PLOTTO Love’s Beginnings 27 Love and Courtship 7b-10c (b) (1403) (1418a) A is in love with B and fears his affair is hopeless * A, in order to prosper his love affair with B, secures a love philtre from the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son—a philtre that is guaranteed to bring him the love of B ** (249) (1433b; 1363) 8 (a) (7a, b) (1061) A has a repellant personality and, knowing it, he is timid in love * A is timid in love but, armed with a love charm, X, he becomes bold, and wins success ** (161) (378) (454) (b) (7a, b) (1330) A’s love affair with B is not prospering.

163. B learns that her lover, A, has fallen into desperate misfortunes. 91. B, in love with A, seeks to save A from disaster. 1155. B, in love with A, learns that A is desperately involved in debt * B unknown 12 PLOTTO Introduction to A, settles with A’s creditors and frees him from debt ** 364d *-**. A’s gratitude to B blossoms into love; and when A is sure he has rehabilitated his character, he proposes to B and is accepted. In the Classification by Character Symbols, all terminal Conflicts are marked by the parentheses number of the C Clauses.

Likewise, bCN-A, female cousin of A; aCN-B, male cousin of B, bGCH-A, female grandchild of A, aCH, male child, etc. X added to any character gives to the character a suggestion of mystery. PLOTTO 24 1a-g Love and Courtship Love’s Beginnings CONFLICT SITUATIONS ( 5 0 ) B E I N G I M P E L L E D BY A N U N U S UAL MOTIVE TO E N GAG E I N C RA FT Y E N T E RPRISE 1 (a) (112) (117) (148) (656) A, poor, is in love with wealthy and aristocratic B * A, poor, in love with wealthy B, pretends to be a man of wealth ** (187) (228) (233) (347a -*) (b) (171) (734) (1106 -* ch B to A) (1146) A, of humble birth, falls in love with aristocratic B * A, of humble birth, in love with aristocratic B, pretends to be a man of high social standing ** (139) (153) (209) (1200) (c) (918a) (926) (928a) A, in love with B, finds that B considers him too perfect for married happiness * B considers her lover, A, too perfect for married happiness; so A simulates a “hardboiled” character in order to prove that he is not so perfect as he seems ** (1167) (1170) (1216) (1227 a, b, c) (d) (148) (149) (160) A, elderly, is in love with youthful B * A, elderly, in love with youthful B, seeks to forward his love affair by simulating youth ** (40 a, b) (75b) (78) (97) (156) (330a) (e) (59) (1146) (1175a) A, a crook, outlaw, gambler, pretends to be an honest man in order to forward his love affair with B (280a, b, tr A & A-3) (318; 236; 267) (252a) (f) (230) (1060) (1101) A is in love with B, who is devoted to scientific pursuits * A, who knows nothing of the sciences, pretends to be engaged in scientific research ** (179a, b, c) (181 a, b, c) (g) (234a -*) (1061) (1150) A falls in love with romantic B * A, in love with romantic B, pretends to be a hero ** (234a *-**) (1150; 851; 885a) (1227b, c) PLOTTO Love’s Beginnings 25 Love and Courtship 1h-2h (h) (43 -*) (101b) (898 -*) A quarrels with his sweetheart, B, and fears he is losing her love * A, fearing he is losing the love of B, pretends to take poison with suicidal intent ** (249)(262a, b, c) (1461b) 2 (a) (949a) (954) (968) A, a poor clerk, finances a “fling” in high society * A, a poor clerk financing a “fling” in high society, meets wealthy and aristocratic B (1146 ch A to B) (1187 ch A to B), and they fall in love ** (1461a ch A to B) (146a, c) (b) (1146) (1175a) (1197) A, a fugitive from the law and using a fictitious name, falls in love with B * A, craftily engaged in a secret enterprise, falls in love with B (1146 ch A to B) (1169 ch A to B) who has also embarked upon a crafty enterprise ** (91) (224) (233) (876a) (c) (232) (420) (818b) A, one of the “idle rich,” gratifies his love of adventure by frequenting the slums in the character of a city “tough” * A, disguised as a city “tough,” meets B, and they fall in love ** (114) (220) (358) (d) (818a) (1197) (1198) A is mistaken by B for A-8.

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