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    The Notebook

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    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 special

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    The Book ' The Notebook '

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    CHARACTERS There are nine characters in The Notebook, some mentioned only once in conversation, but some used all the way through out the story. One of the main characters is Noah Calhoun, the narrator of the story. He is very mellow, but has held onto Allie his entire life. It is hard for Noah to seem to forget people and tends to let his built up depression out through poetry, crafts, or outdoor activities. He is enamored with Allie and has been since they were young adults. After re-encountering

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    The Notebook Analysis

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    The cine The Notebook brings alternating a abundant bulk of affect and affection. This story, originally accounting by columnist Nicholas Sparks, follows a brace through the ups and downs of love. The abundant allocation of the cine is a anamnesis searching into the lives of two adolescent humans ardent for anniversary other. Even if ambit and added lovers abstracted them, the two acquisition their way aback to anniversary other. In this cine the approach that adulation conquers all proves to be

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    The Notebook Ethos

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    Nicholas Sparks’ tragic love story The Notebook is a touching story about two people and their eternal passion of true love which is beautifully portrayed by Nick Cassavetes in the film. Pathos is used in the film to draw members of the audience to the characters and influence them to feel passionate towards the characters. Cassavetes does this by making the movie more dramatic than the book. The director effectively uses pathos to add drama in The Notebook which makes the movie’s audience more emotionally

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    difference of two movies: The Choice and The Notebook. Nicholas Sparks really knows how to set a romantic/emotional, but also creates a very predictable love story plot-line. You could predict the ending before the movie started with only knowing who the movie was based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. There is always a boy who falls for a girl and has to work extremely hard to get her. Then, something happens, but in the end they are always together. The Notebook and The Choice both show how life is about

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    The Making of ‘The Notebook’ ‘The Notebook’ is known for its heart wrenching love story and attractive actors and actresses. Women specifically find the Character Noah, who was played by the actor Ryan Gosling, extremely attractive. But, according to Seventeen Magazine’s article “11 Thinks You Never Knew About ‘The Notebook’ director Nick Cassavates actually cast Ryan Gosling as Noah because “he was not very handsome.” I know ladies, it’s a shock how someone could find him as “not very handsome

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    The Notebook is a phenomenal film with incredible performances and many heartfelt moments from beginning to end. It is a love story that many of us fantasize of living someday. The story unfolds in recent times at a Nursing home with the introduction of an elderly lady (Gena Rowlands) who is being visited by an old man, known as Duke (James Garner), who also resides in the nursing home, and he's there to read her a story. He begins to read about a young girl named Allie (Rachel McAdams) who was visiting

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    The Notebook “I am so tired, I need some coffee.” said Alex, “I know right.”agreed Noah. It was in the afternoon when Noah, and Alex finished their college classes and were going to a local coffee shop to get something to drink. They were walking down the street and a man riding a bike dropped a notebook, they yelled to the man that he dropped his notebook, but he didn’t come back. When sitting in the coffee shop, Noah decided to look through the book, for the name of the owner, so he turned to the

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    The Notebook “I am so tired, I need some coffee.” said Alex, “I know right.”agreed Noah. It was in the afternoon when Noah, and Alex finished their college classes and were going to a local coffee shop to get something to drink. They were walking down the street and a man riding a bike dropped a notebook, they yelled to the man that he dropped his notebook, but he didn’t come back. When sitting in the coffee shop, Noah decided to look through the book, for the name of the owner, so he turned to

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    Maddy Michielssen Mr. Hyde English 2 Pre-AP, Period 4 Tuesday, October 17, 2014 The Notebook Nicholas Sparks SETTING The story of The Notebook begins in New Bern, a city close to North Carolina’s North coast, in Craven Country in 1932. The story then fast-forwards to the year 1946, still in the same city, New Bern, in the deep south of the Unite States. The story ends in the modern era, today, in a nursing home called Creekside Extended Care Facility. PLOT A man named Noah Calhoun retreated back

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