Analysis Of The Book ' The Best Love '

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People say that they are “in love” or that that they think they have found “the one” all of the time. Those words have almost become so easy to use but unfortunately it seems like no one really knows the true meaning of them anymore. So what is love? What is true love? As said in The Notebook, “The best love is the kind that awakens the soul and makes us reach for more; that plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds.”- Noah Calhoun or in Dear John when John says, “and when her lips met mine, I knew that I could to be a hundred and visit every country in the world, but nothing would ever compare to the single moment when I first kissed the girl of my dreams and knew that my love would last forever” –John. Both of those quotes are so powerful and so passionate and both of the men saying them to be so in love with their girls. But was either of these situations true love? Most people would say yes and that is probably why both films went on to be two of the most famous and most favorable love films of our time. But other than their amazing story lines and heart throbbing love stories and slight differences, one thing that is so amazing is just how similar their stories really are. In the Notebook a man by the name of Duke reads a story to a lady who has Alzheimer’s and has lost most of her memory. The story is about an upper class seventeen year-old named Allie Hamilton who is spending her summer in Seabrook, South Carolina with her family. There is a local
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