Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu
Socrates in Love
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Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu

Alternative Titles

English: Socrates in Love
Synonyms: Cry out for Love at the Heart of the World, SekaChu
Japanese: 世界の中心で、愛をさけぶ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 8, 2003 to Jan 8, 2004
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, JoseiJosei
Authors: Katayama, Kyoichi (Story), Kazui, Kazumi (Art)
Serialization: Petit Comic

Statistics

Score: 7.711 (scored by 23932,393 users)
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Ranked: #14852
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Popularity: #2658
Members: 4,825
Favorites: 67

Recommendations

Both series are about kids dealing with death.  
reportRecommended by lattes
Both mangas tell a tragic love story, they're very touching and both describe a coming of age of the main characters.  
reportRecommended by Egon
Both are really sad, short shoujo stories. 
reportRecommended by tlne
They share the same "deep love-story destined to die due to degenerative illness" theme. In particular Socrates in Love prefers show all the teenage feelings of timid and unexperienced students, Diamond Dust is more about social outcasts: a depressed pianist and an indie artist facing the problems of being unable to communicate to the world. They share the same "pathos" and similar extreme and desperate sentimental actions: going to Australia and "smuggling" the grandmother's ashes for the two students in love, completing and performing the song "Diamond Dust" for the two musicians. Tragic endings in both works, but quite fitting the idea of sentimental "Bildungsroman". 
reportRecommended by Jajja
In both the stories lovers are separated by death. Both stories are moving and tear-jerkers but still bring out the message- Cherish life. 
reportRecommended by mangareader123
Similar art styles. Socrates in love is more dark, but underneath the pointless humor (Morita) Honey and Clover has an amzing depth to it as well. 
reportRecommended by Kazamir
Both deal with how the main character copes in a situation related to Cancer. SiL concentrates more on how a person copes after their loved one has been diagnosed with the disease, whilst DF concentrates how the "patient" deals with their diagnosis (learning some life lessons along the way) 
reportRecommended by Foraii
Both are tragic romantic stories. 
reportRecommended by Gerry
While reading it I found it similar to B.O.D.Y, not because of the story, because of the art. I think everyone who loves Socrates in Love will love B.O.D.Y. 
reportRecommended by Talu
Both stories deal with tragedies and love. Mucha Kucha Daisuki is more comedic/light hearted than Soctrates in love, and its also longer...but both share pretty similar plots. I don't want to spoil anything, but if you're a fan of drama/tragic love stories and liked one of these, you may like the other. 
reportRecommended by katsup
both of them are really sad romance stories both based on novels, and both of them goes through dealing with losing your loved one.. If you read one of them and liked it then go read the other one you'd like it aswell i read socrates in love first then while reading be with you socrates in love popped in my head. They both made me cry wahh.. A MUST READ! 
reportRecommended by Di27
Both are Dramas which tell the story of how the main character comes to terms with losing someone they love (a girlfriend in SiL and a dog in EnW). Both are bittersweet tearjerkers. 
reportRecommended by Foraii
Same problem...A story about loosing a dear friend and old love. Wasurerarenai is a sad story similar to Socrates in Love, there a both one-shot mangas, too. Both centers at the problem of loosing something very important, the memories, the hope and the will of living. There is a high chance that someone who loved one of those two mangas, will love the other too. 
reportRecommended by Gladius