Literary Analysis of The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks Essay example

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Literary Analysis of The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks This book is a great book and it touches ones heart in ways you couldn't imagine. I seriously love this book because I love romantic stories and it's just so cute. The movie is good but the book is better. Well 'The Notebook' is about a journey of two young lovers Noah Calhoun and Allie Nelson who made a passionate summer romance and they were separated because Allie moved to the city. After fourteen years of separation due to World War 2 and class differences. Allie got engaged to a wealthy lawyer, Lon. One day Allie was looking through the newspaper and she spots Noah standing next to the plantation he restored. All of a sudden all these feelings started coming back from when…show more content…
When she opened her eyes, she noticed that their boat was surrounded by Tundra Swans and Canada Geese. She was amazed of how beautiful it was but it was cut short because it began to rain. So Noah paddled as fast as he can to the plantation and he couldn?t help but realize how beautiful Allie looked wet in the rain. When they arrived at the plantation they ran into the house. Noah ran upstairs and gave Allie dry clothes. Then she was trapped in the house because she thought it was unsafe to drive in the rain. That night in the living room next to the fire Allie and Noah made love like they once did fourteen summers ago. Making up for their years apart, and slept in each others arms that night. The next day Allie?s mother warned her that Lon was here looking for her so Allie left Noah, leaving him as if she where to never see him again and went to face Lon. She told Lon everything and told him that her heart truly lied with Noah. Allie went back to Noah and later on they got married and had a whole bunch of kids and lived there whole lives together. But when they reached their senior years Allie was diagnosed with Alzheimer?s and it got worse through out the years so they moved to a home. Later on Allie forgot her life, forgot who she was, even forgot who Noah was. Everyday Noah would read to her and she would listen and sometimes she would remember as if she didn?t have the disease. One day as they where having a wonderful day also a dinner for two, Allie?s memory

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