Nicholas Sparks Essays & Research Papers

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  • Nicholas Sparks - 515 Words
    Nicholas Sparks is an international bestselling author. His novels usually grasp touching storylines and sometimes, are inspired by his personal experiences. Many of them, like A “Walk to Remember” and The Notebook have been made into movies. He was born December 31, 1965, in Omaha, Nebraska. His father is Patrick Michael Sparks who was born in 1942 and died in 1996. He was a professor. His mother , Jill Emma Marie Sparks, who was also born in 1942 and died in 1989. She was a homemaker and...
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  • Nicholas Sparks - 1648 Words
    Makenzie Fine American lit-3 Independent author study Nicholas Sparks Nicholas Sparks is an amazing author and has written many best sellers. Some like the The Notebook and Dear John have been turned into huge motion pictures. Most of his books are based about life and family experiences. In A Walk to Remember the main character Jamie ends up dying from cancer and it just so happens that Sparks has a sister who died from a long battle of...
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  • Nicholas Sparks - 1101 Words
    Nicholas Sparks It’s been almost a decade now that Nicholas Sparks has been writing love stories. He writes love stories and each tale of finding love differs, but each tale is a structure that is worth noting Nicholas Sparks is a truly inspiring writer. His mom was the first to suggest he write a book, while trying to heal his Achilles tendon during college. Eight weeks later he wrote his first book “The Passing,” although it did not publish. Nicholas graduated with honors and a degree in...
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  • nicholas sparks - 1249 Words
    Victoria Moran 5/3/2013 Mrs. Conteh, 5th period Research Paper Nicholas Sparks Nicholas Sparks is one of the world’s most beloved storytellers. All of his books have been New York Times bestsellers and his popularity continues to increase. Through his famous works (such as The Notebook and A Walk to Remember), Sparks turned tragedy into triumph which made a lasting impression on his readers. Nicholas Charles Sparks was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on December 31, 1965. He was the...
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  • All Nicholas Sparks Essays

  • Nicholas Sparks Biography - 529 Words
    Through many of the novels author Nicholas Sparks has written, many would wonder where his journey of writing first took off. Nicholas Sparks was born into a small family in Omaha, Nebraska on December 31,1965. With a mother and father, as well as a brother and sister by his side, they had began to move around the country until they finally settled in Fair Oaks, California by the time he was eight years old. He graduated valedictorian in 1984, and received a full track scholarship to the...
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  • The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks review
    I'm going to analyze the book entitled "The wedding". This is a romance novel. The book was written by Nicholas Sparks. Nicholas Sparks is an American screenwriter and novelist, born on the 31st of December 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska. He was the middle of three children. He was raised as a Catholic. He is a very religious man. Sparks drew inspiration for his writing from his family hardships. All of his book have been New York Times bestsellers. His best-known story is "The Notebook". It was...
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  • The Choice Nicholas Sparks! - 641 Words
    The book I read this trimester was The Choice written by Nicholas Sparks. The choice is a heart wrenching story about two neighbors, Travis and Gabby, who end up falling in love. Spanning the eventful years of their young love, marriage and family, The Choice ultimately confronts the reader with the hardest question of all: how far would you go to keep the hope of love alive? If i could make this book into a movie i would very known directors and actors because it would make the movie more...
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  • Nicholas Sparks - the Notebook
    The work of Nicholas Sparks is known by all teenage girls and romantic women around the country. He idealizes love and gives young women the hope of finding a fairytale romance. Sparks also gives hope that not all love will leave a woman heartbroken, and that there is a possibility of “happily ever after.” His novels are usually based on extreme circumstances, such as two lovers separated for decades, or a young man sent off to war, leaving the love of his life back in the United States....
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  • Life of Nicholas Sparks - 765 Words
    Nicholas Sparks is one of the most passionate and greatest American authors of today. He connects with all of his readers by providing love, romance, tragedy, and passion through all of his novels. Nicholas Sparks is an author whose writing inspires every single one of his readers in one way or another. All of Spark’s novels are based on love and triumph. He writes love stories in which the search for love differs, but each story is one worth experiencing. Sparks has transformed the romantic...
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  • Favorite Author Nicholas Sparks Essay
    My Favorite Author One of my favorite authors is Nicholas Sparks. I began reading his works in about ninth grade, and many of them I've re-read multiple times. While they are all extremely good books, my favorite is True Believer. True Believer is about a young man who is a science journalist and he specializes in disproving the supernatural. He goes to a town to try to disprove 'ghost' sightings, but while he's there he finds himself falling in love with a young woman from that town....
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  • Pesonal Response Nicholas Sparks "The Notebook"
    Title: The Notebook Author: Nicholas Sparks Text type: Novel Note: Lucy writes all the questions and answers What is this Novel about? The structure of the novel is told on two levels – one is the present day when Allie and Noah have grown old and live in a home; the other is the story Noah reads from the notebook in which he tells how he and Allie met, fell in love, lost each other, and then found each other again. The end of their love story is tragically altered by Allie’s Alzheimer’s...
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  • Book Report -the Notebook by Nicolas Sparks
    Book Report The Notebook By Nicolas Sparks Guatemala Sep 28, 2012 Summary The Notebook begins with a man in a nursing home, reading a story to a woman. The story is about two young lovers, Allie Hamilton and Noah, who meet one day at a carnival. Although the two are falling in love, Allie's parents don’t allow the relationship between the two young lovers and decide to move Allie away from Noah and the town. They moved...
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  • Me and My Friend - 297 Words
    Before I knew exactly what I was going to do as my research question I knew I either wanted it to deal with movies I like or food and nutrition. The more I though about what topic to chose i decided to chose movies. My favorite types of movies are the sad romantic movies so i though it would be a good idea to see how girls react to those movies. Often those movies make girls cry and become emotional or they wish they could have the type of relationship in the movie. I had a list of a lot of sad...
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  • Describe the Main Event of the Book "The Notebook"
    “The Notebook” Describe the main event of the book The Notebook is a 1996 romantic novel by American novelist Nicholas Sparks, based on a true story. A man with a faded, well-worn notebook open in his lap. A woman experiencing a morning ritual she doesn’t understand. Until he begins to read to her. The Notebook is an achingly tender story about the enduring power of love, a story of miracles that will stay with you forever. The story begins with Noah, an 80-year-old man, reading to a woman...
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  • A Love Story - 467 Words
    The Notebook MISS. VERONICA & LINDA ROMERIA MANCERA KELLY BOOK REPORT DUE THE 31 OF JANUARY OF 2013 Written by: Nicholas Sparks SUMARRY OF THE BOOK This love story takes us back to the summer of 1941, when Noah Calhoun and Allie Nelson were deeply in love. After having a wonderful summer Allie had to go away with her father because he didn’t approve of Noah. Half a decade had passed and Allie is having doubts about getting married to a wealthy lawyer because she can’t stop...
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  • Message in a Bottle - 985 Words
    Theresa Osborne, a former reporter, works as a researcher for the Chicago Tribune. On a trip to Cape Cod, she finds a mysterious, intriguing love letter in a bottle in the sand, addressed from Garret to Catherine. She is fascinated by it and comes into possession of two more letters by the same person, eventually tracking down the man who wrote them, Garret Blake. He has refurbished a boat called Happenstence with his wife before her death and he lives quietly on the Outer Banks of North...
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  • Comparing the Last Song and Dear John
    Comparing Movies The last 2 movies I saw were “The Last Song” and “Dear John”. Considering both of these movies are sappy Nicholas Sparks books, they have a ton of similarities. They also have some differences. I saw both of these movies more than 4 months ago so I hope I can even remember enough to compare them. One similarity is about 2 people that meet in a beach setting. In “The Last Song”, Ronnie, who is played by Miley Cyrus and is the main character, is shipped to her fathers house in...
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  • Last Song - 588 Words
    English 12 Summer Reading Book Review The Last Song is a 2009 novel written by Nicholas Sparks to influence and inspire teenagers with similar life experiences. Sparks sparked teenagers’ interest by taking reality from everyday teenage life, society and class. The Last Song portrays the life of a teenage girl with a hard past and tougher future. It consists of an excellent plot; wonderful, unique characters; and a great life lesson....
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  • True Love Never Dies Alone
    The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks, is a touching story about the never ending obsession of true love. The story begins describing a summer love. A small town teenage boy, Noah Calhoun falls in love at first sight with an upper class girl, Allie Nelson (Hamilton-in film). Torn apart at the end of the summer, they both go their separate ways; Noah enrolls himself into the army, to fight in World War II, while Allie volunteers as a nurse helping the victims of World War II. Allie ends up becoming...
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  • the lucky one - 453 Words
    The Lucky One The Lucky One is a book written by Nicholas Sparks. Most of Sparks’ works are made into movies because all of his books are well written and explained. The Lucky One is a love story of a marine named Logan and a teacher named Beth. The movie version directed by Scott Hicks is starred by Zac Efron as Logan, Taylor Schilling as Beth, Jay R. Ferguson as Keith Clayton who is the ex-husband of Beth and Blythe Danna as Beth’s nana. Both the work of The Lucky One captures the emotions...
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  • Book Review, the Notebook
    Book review The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks Nicholas Charles Sparks was born on 31. December 1965 and is an American author. He lives in New Bern, North Carolina, which also is the setting for most of his novels. Sparks met his wife Catherine during the spring of 1988 in California. They married the year after and settled down in New Bern, where he wrote his first published novel The Notebook. The two are still living in New Bern with their three sons Miles, Ryan and Landon, and their twin...
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  • The Notebook - 810 Words
    THE NOTEBOOK By Nicholas Sparks The love story between two different teenagers that come from completely different worlds is the most remarkable. The Notebook is about two young teenagers who fell head over heels with each other. They got separated by Allie’s upper-class parents who insist that Noah isn’t right for her. But that obstacle didn’t stop these two young lovers from being together even if it took years. This beautiful tale has a...
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  • The Movie or the Book? - 679 Words
    The Movie or the Book? Nicholas Sparks has written multiple novels that have evolved into movies, such as The Notebook, The Last Song, Dear John, Message in a Bottle, and A Walk to Remember. The movies previously mentioned are as equally good as the novels except for Dear John. To me, Dear John is one of the best books written by Nicholas Sparks, yet the movie is the worst. The plot is excellent, but it is poorly portrayed in the movie. Several literary elements are found in both the movie and...
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  • Bayardo in Chronicle of a Death Foretold
    Ch. 4. Possible journal foci: A brutal autopsy and Angela's prolific missives…requited love, at long last? Why does Bayardo return and what do the letters mean? Apply any of the aspects of magic realism that we have addressed so far, or do an analysis of language. Upon reading about Angela's letters to Bayardo, my thoughts veered towards the move The Notebook. In this popular love story, based off the book written by Nicholas Sparks, after being separated from his sweetheart Allie Hamilton,...
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  • The Notebook - 290 Words
    The Notebook outline The Theme (1)Love conquers all They have overcome many setbacks, and love bring them, brought them together again. (2) Follow your heart Allie finds that Noah is her only one. She decides follow her heart and love him. (3) You cannot live your life in fear of hurting others Allie obeys her parent's decision, to love Lon but not Noah, so she missed Noan. Noah and Allie Their first met in the opening night of the Neuse River Festival, in after graduation 1932. They need to...
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  • Review of The Notebook - 414 Words
     The Notebook An elderly man man with a well used notebook in his hands. A woman experiencing a morning ritual she doesn’t understand or enjoy, until he starts to read to her. The Notebook is a heartbreaking story which describes the power of love like no other. A story that you’ll remember forever. Set in North Carolina in 1946, it follows the story of Noah Calhoun. A rural Southerner returned home from World War II. Noah, thirty-one years old, is...
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  • The Wedding (Junior Paper) - 2065 Words
    Junior Research Paper Has an image of something that appeared to be real but in reality it was not there? Has the thought of judging someone came to mind, but that judgment was not true? Our society revolves around what people think about themselves and others. In the book, The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks, he develops the theme, appearance and reality, in variety of scenarios people could not image. Nicholas Sparks is one of the world’s beloved storytellers (Sparks). He was born on...
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  • movies - 466 Words
     Amy Makram Mr.Kirkpatrick ENG 111-78 24 October 2013 The Last Song vs. Dear John The last two movies that I watched were “The Last Song” and “Dear John”. Both of these movies in my opinion are of the intense romance genre. These two movies are both adaptions from Nicholas Sparks’s books. Since both of these are adaptions of Nicholas Spark’s books, they have tons of similarities yet both also their differences. The first two similarities are that in both movies the main characters...
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  • The Lucky One - 289 Words
    The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks The Lucky One opens when two very different men meet. Deputy Keith Clayton is a sleaze who is sneaking through the North Carolina underbrush in order to take pictures of a group of skinny-dipping coeds. And Marine Logan Thibault - After he leaves the Marines, Logan experiences a profound tragedy that spurs him to find the mysterious woman in the picture....
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  • Notebook: Love and Noah - 2467 Words
    The Notebook By Nicholas Sparks Major Characters * Allison Hamilton – seventeen year old heiress, who shared an epic summer romance to Noah. * Noah Calhoun – local country boy who fell in love to a city girl, Allison. * Anne Hamilton – Allison’s mother. * Lon Hammond – Allison’s fiancé. Minor Characters * Martha Saw – a war widow, Noah’s girlfriend. * Frank Calhoun – Noah’s father. * John Hamilton – Allison’s father. * Fin – Noah’s friend. * Nurse...
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  • Lau Lau - 334 Words
    The Notebook By: Nicholas Sparks Today I will be talking to you about a famous movie and novel The Notebook. It is an achingly tender story about the enduring power of love and a story that will make you believe in miracles. Like a puzzle within a puzzle, the story of Noah and Allie is just the beginning. As it unfolds, their tale amazingly becomes something different, with much higher stakes. The result is a deeply moving portrait of love itself, the tender moments and the important changes...
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  • The Notebook Critique - 859 Words
    The Notebook By Nicholas Sparks "I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a common man with common thoughts and I've led a common life... but I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough. -Noah Calhoun When we were assinged to do a book critique, I knew right away I was going to do a Nicholas Sparks novel. I have read all of his books, cried many tears and felt many emotions as I pictured the people falling in love, people doing heroic...
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  • The Lucky One - 691 Words
    Kaitlyn Stoen English 3 Mr. Schmidt March 11 Nicholas Sparks: The Lucky One Nicholas Sparks was born on December 31, 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska. As a child his family would move around a lot due to his father working on completing his graduate work. His family was financially unstable during his childhood also (Bio.com). In high school he attended Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, California and was nominated valedictorian when he graduated. Sparks was accepted into the University of...
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  • The Notebook Book Review - 674 Words
    Divine Solidum 6th Period October 20. 2010 Mr.Amos THE NOTEBOOK Set in 1946 in North Carolina. The Notebook was a wonderful story that shows the love-lost-found story by Nicholas Sparks. This book was published 1996. A Fifteen year old, Allie Nelson is visiting a small town at New Bern. She met Noah at a carnival and they started to date. They spent wonderful summer together. He always tells Allie about the house he had been dreaming of buying. The first chapter is narrated...
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  • Dear John - 507 Words
    Ashley Blanks May 7, 2012 Greer Dear John Nicholas Sparks in an author of 1eighteen books that have been best sellers. I believe his true inspiration is his past, and all of his life events. Dear John is based on family that is in the army. Nicholas Sparks was born on December 31,1965. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. Between the ages of one and nine he lived in Minnesota, Los Angeles, Grand Island, Nebraska, and Fair Oaks, California. He grew up with an older brother and...
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  • Book Review - 340 Words
    Book Review „The Notebook“ by Nicholas Sparks An old man reads to a woman, who has Alzheimer’s disease, a story in a retirement home: Noah returns from World War 2 to his town in North Carolina. He sees his old girlfriend, Allie, again after a 14-year separation. It brings back many memories and strong emotions in both of them. Noah has written Allie letters every day, but she has not received them. Allie is engaged to another man now, but realizes that the original passion she felt for...
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  • say one word - 899 Words
     Dear John By: Nicholas Sparks Nicholas sparks was born on December 31, 1965 in Nebraska. He was the middle child in his family, his older brother is Michael Earl Sparks and his younger sister is Danielle Sparks who died at the age of 33 of a brain tumor. Seven of Nicholas books have been made into movies and they are a message in the bottle, A walk to remember, The notebook, Nights in rodanthe, Dear...
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  • The notebook- review - 516 Words
     Independent reading - Book review The notebook is a romantic novel by novelist Nicholas Sparks, which is based in a true story. It is considered a fiction book and has 224 pages. The novel opens in a nursing home when 80-year-old Noah Calhoun, "a common man with common thoughts," reads a love story from a notebook; it is his own story. Noah, newly returned from the war, is...
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  • stuff - 839 Words
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  • my favorite movie essay
    Corina Termini. My favorite movie: “The Notebook” Movies give you inspiration to do or change many things in Life. This is a huge benefit on watching movies because they often give you something to learn from, you can see probably how a bad decision can change you life forever, how people influence can sometimes be bad for you, how everyone is capable of good thing in life, how by working hard you can achieve you goals, etc. So, trough movies you can get motivated and look forward in your...
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  • The Notebook - 260 Words
    SUMMARY Log Entry 2 Many have seen the movie "The Notebook," based on Nicholas Sparks' novel. Regardless, you have to read the book. It's one of the best I've read recently. It's filled with many scenes the movie didn't include. The story, set in the '40s, follows Noah and Allie, two people once in love. It starts off with Noah and Allie being in a Nursing home and Noah reading to Allie from a notebook, little did Allie know that, the story Noah is reading is actually about them... During...
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  • Dear John Letter - 91436 Words
    Also by Nicholas Sparks The Notebook Message in a Bottle A Walk to Remember The Rescue A Bend in the Road Nights in Rodanthe The Guardian The Wedding Three Weeks with My Brother (with Micah Sparks) True Believer At First Sight NICHOLAS SPARKS ...... Z...... This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is coincidental....
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  • The Notebook - Opinion Essay: Book vs. Movie
    The Notebook Author: Nicholas Sparks & Director: Nick Cassavetes The first time I saw the preview to The Notebook, I was already intrigued and had my heart set on seeing this film. Now, to be quite honest I am not a reader, but for some reason I had a gut feeling that this book would be worth my time, before watching the movie. After I purchased the novel, I sat down and finished it in one sitting. The entire novel had me drawn in and numerous emotions went through me as I read it. I...
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  • Water for Elephants Review - 751 Words
    I decided to take a chance on Sara Gruen’s novel Water for Elephants, after reading the rave reviews of the book posted on several social media sites by friends and acquaintances. The truth is, it is summer and I am desperate for a distraction away from my recent obsession with Grey’s Anatomy reruns fueled by Netflix’s instant queue. So I purchased the book and slowly began retreating from my computer screen that stole 42 minutes of my day as I sat captivated by Dr. Owen Hunt’s passionate...
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  • Notebook Literary Analysis - 422 Words
    Is a person to be judged by whom they are, not who they appear to be? Is it about morals, values, and character or money, power, and social status? Nicholas Sparks instilled this moral value in his novel, The Notebook, a story of two young loves destined to be together. Noah Calhoun a laborer from Seabrook, South Carolina, never laid eyes on something more beautiful, his Allie Hamilton. Love to them was nothing but passion, there was no care for background, yet they had no clue interference...
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  • The Last Songs - 700 Words
    I recently just finished reading "The Last Song" By Nicholas Sparks. This is a really touching book about the relationship between a father and daughter. I really enjoy reading Nicholas Sparks because I think that his books are a mix of many things. They include, humor, romance and the reality of life. "The Last Song" is about a family of four. Steve the father and Kim the mother separated 3 years prior to when this story takes place. The Children Ronnie (18) and Jonah (10) stay withtheir...
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  • Comparison Between the Notebook Movie and Book
    Enduring power of love: The Notebook The Notebook, written by Nicolas Sparks, can be named one of the best American romantic novels. The book portrays every trait in a guy or girl would desire to have in a significant other. According to Nicolas Sparks, “it is a celebration of how passion can be ageless and timeless, tales that moves us to laughter and tears and makes us believe in true love all over again”. The Notebook was on the New York Times best-seller list within the very first week...
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  • Describe One Decision That a Character or Individual Had to Make in the Text. Explain How Verbal and/or Visual Feature(S) Were Used to Show You This Decision Was Important.
    Describe ONE decision that a character or individual had to make in the text. Explain how verbal and/or visual feature(s) were used to show you this decision was important. In the film, The Notebook directed by Nick Cassavetes an important decision is made by the main female character. This decision is shown through verbal and visual features throughout the movie, they help us understand the difficult decision and why she chose the option she did. Allie Hamilton had to choose between Noah...
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  • Compare and Contras Dear John and Last Song
    * "Walk To Remember". Anti Essays. 12 Aug. 2012 <http://www.antiessays.com/free-essays/129233.html> * Walk to Remember-NYTimes.com." Movie Reviews, Showtimes and Trailers - Movies - New York Times - The New York Times. 25 Jan. 2002. Web. 12. Aug. 2012. <http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/review? * "Dear John." StudyMode.com. 12 Aug. 2012. <http://www.studymode.com/essays/Dear-John-548105.html>. * "A Walk to Remember (2002) - IMDb." IMDb - Movies, TV and Celebrities. 1990....
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  • Notebook Analysis - 1367 Words
    Analysis of The Notebook Movie Clip Lindsey Scott ENG225 Allison Sansbury November 18, 2012 Analysis of The Notebook Movie Clip There are many people involved in making a movie possible. When everything is put together it seems as though it was just one simple camera shot. But looking closer and at a short clip of a movie shows a little light on how much was actually done to make it realistic. The first thing people notice and pay attention to are the actors. But who tells the actors...
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  • The Notebook Review - 553 Words
    The film The Notebook, written by Nicholas Sparks is a romantic novel that was turned into a film in 2004. Even though the novel and the movie have different endings, the movie was filled with romance, hard times, and fate. The story of two young lovers from two different backgrounds. In 1940 Noah and Allie meet at a carnival and Noah is immediately smitten. After turning him down constantly their friends lure them together. Noah and Allie spend the summer together, for Allie the summer was...
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  • Literary Analysis: the Last Song
    Literary Analysis: The Last Song “Life…was much like a song. In the beginning there is mystery, in the end there is confirmation, but it’s in the middle where all the emotion resides to make the whole thing worthwhile” (Sparks 391). The novel The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks has a deep meaning and a life lesson to it that relates a lot in today’s society, says most people who have read the book in the past. This novel is a long journey made up of family problems. Ronnie, the teenage...
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  • Night in the Rodanthe - 479 Words
    Nights in Rodanthe, a romance fiction novel, is written by Nicholas Sparks, published by Vision, Hachette Book Group of USA, in June 2003, and copyrighted 2002 by Nickolas Sparks. Nicholas Spark is an American novelist, screenwriter and producer who is well-known for his romantic stories. Sparks’ string of New York Times bestsellers includes: A Walk to Remember, Message in a Bottle, The Rescue, A Bend in the Road, Nights in Rodanthe, The Guardian, The Wedding, True Believer and its sequel, At...
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  • The Notebook Essay - 294 Words
    My favourite movie – The Notebook The Notebook follows a couple through the ups and downs of love. The movie tells the story of Noah and Allie, a young couple from the South. The movie is a flashback looking into the lives of two young people smitten for each other. This young couple shares one enchanted summer together, which could not last, because of social differences, but remained in their hearts for fourteen years. Noah and Allie are in a nursing home, eighty years into their life....
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  • The notebook vs something borrowed
    ISU Essay In the novels The Notebook written by Nicholas Sparks and Something Borrowed written by Emily Griffin are both combined with a common idea that involves betrayal. Within each novel you get an excellent grasp of the characters and how their emotions can get the best of them. In The Notebook and Something Borrowed there are two distinct concepts, firstly the characters in The Notebook feel a sense of rise and happiness brought into their lives as well as the second novel the...
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  • 'the Notebook' Book Summary
    The Notebook ‘The Notebook’ by Nicholas sparks is a contemporary love story set in the pre- and post-World War II era. Noah and Allie spend a wonderful summer together, but her family and the socio-economic realities of the time prevent them from being together. Although Noah attempts to keep in contact with Allie after they are forced to separate, his letters go unanswered. Eventually, Noah professes his undying and eternal love in one final letter. Noah travels north to find gainful...
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  • Dear John - 315 Words
    Nicholas Sparks’, novel Dear John is a story about two people falling in love. The main characters , John Tyree and Savannah Lynn Curtis meet in Charleston North Carolina. He is from Wilmington and is a surfer, army boy, on leave for some time in the summer. She, from Lenoir, is a college student, in Charleston to do community service work. Throughout the beginning of the book, which along with the rest of it is in Johns point of view, we read the story of how they fall in love. In the beginning...
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  • Movie Analysis - 1085 Words
    Analysis of The Notebook The Notebook begins at a nursing home where an elderly man called “Duke” reads a love story that is written in a notebook to an elderly woman who is also a patient. The story is set in Seabrook Island, South Carolina where a local boy by the name of Noah Calhoun falls in love with a young heiress named Allie Hamilton. In order to get her to go on a date with him, Noah climbs up a Ferris wheel at the local carnival and threatens to jump off unless she agrees to go...
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  • the lucky one - 1075 Words
    The Lucky One You can tell by the authors name that “The Lucky One,” is a romance novel. Nicholas Sparks is one of the first thing people think of when they think of a love story. From reading this book, I realized that he is very good at writing his genre. It’s probably why he sticks with it instead of trying something else. The story had a combination of humor and passion, sadness and hate. But in the end,” the lucky one” was the one that got the girl. And he was the “one” that the love...
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  • Book Review on "The Lucky One"
    Polytechnic University of the Philippines College of Education Department of Secondary and Elementary Education "THE LUCKY ONE" BOOK and MOVIE TIE-IN REVIEW (Developmental Reading) Ronald Q. Fortaliza “In the blink of an eye, something happens by chance - when you least expect it - sets you on a course that you never planned, into a...
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  • Reading Books over the Summer
    Independent Reading Reflection Over the summer I read five books for a total of 1308 pages. I read three fiction novels and two realistic fiction novels. For me one of my favorite books was the Dear John by Nicholas Sparks, which I had been wanting to read and finally got around to it. Right from the start of the book, you could tell it would be a summer love story, but what I didn’t realize was how much you could feel just by how Nicholas Sparks described their feelings. As John went off to...
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  • Two Love Stories - 1323 Words
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