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  • The Notebook, By Nicholas Sparks

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    Nicholas Sparks’ main theme that he portrayed in “The Notebook” was that of the unconditional love of Noah and Allie. Nursing is a very important factor involved in this movie and nursing is defined as, “the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, facilitation of healing, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations”

  • Nicholas Sparks Essay

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    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 cancer

  • Personal Narrative : Nicholas Sparks

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    in my senior English class when I received a text from my dad: “I got us two tickets to the Nicholas Sparks movie premiere for The Lucky One tonight, and word has it that there’s lots of celebrities coming to town.” Of course, I was ecstatic and could hardly wait to get home from school and get ready. For my small hometown of New Bern, this was a huge deal. It only happened to be here because it’s Nicholas Sparks’ hometown as well. I drove home from school that day and immediately started curling

  • Essay about Comparison Of Nicholas I And Nicholas II

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    Nicholas I and Nicholas II both struggled with similar uncertainties of a possible revolution. Both came to a conclusion with a strong resemblance, and yet at the same time remained drastically different when their rule ended. While the names may suggest that Nicholas I was the father of Nicholas II, Nicholas I was actually Nicholas II’s great granduncle. The summarized history of their terms below will tell of and compare the Nicholas’ reigns of the Russian monarchy.      Nicholas

  • Book Review Of The Notebook By Nicholas Sparks

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    I read The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, a 250 page novel published on October 1, 1996. This book can be classified as realistic fiction, but is considered to be a romance novel due to the heart pulling plot line of two star-crossed lovers. My attention was caught quickly when I saw this book, because I had watched the movie with my girlfriend which motivated me to read it. It took me about three days to read behind Mrs. Kosters desk, each day during the same week; it was a quick and easy read. This

  • Essay on Nicholas Sparks; The Author of Romance

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    II. Background Nicholas Sparks was born on December 31, 1965, in Omaha, Nebraska (Jessica Estremera). He was the second of three children born to Patrick Sparks, a college professor, and his wife Jill. Nicholas spent the early part of his childhood moving around with his family as his father finished up his graduate work (Biography Channel website). "Because my father was a student until I was 9 years old and my mother didn't work, we weren't exactly living the high life when I was little. I grew

  • The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks Essay

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    The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks Just after Graduation 1932, the opening night of the Neuse River Festival in Newbern, North Carolina, Noah met his friends Fin and Sarah for a night of games, food and fun. When he got there Fin and Sarah were talking to a girl that Noah thought was the most beautiful and intriguing girl he'd ever laid eyes on, her name was Allie. They hung out at the festival and drank some cherry Cokes until it closed, the entire time they were there Noah kept trying to ask

  • Tsar Nicholas II

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    been controversies over Nicholas II as to whether he had been a great ruler for Russia. But now, as the issues in Europe rise, the controversies buzzes again back to life. Born May 6, 1868, Nicholas inherited the Russian throne when Nicholas II's father, Tsar Alexander III, died of kidney disease on October 20, 1894. On May 26, 1896, Nicholas II and Princess Alexandra of Hesse-Darmstadt were crowned Tsar and Tsarina in an old Ouspensky Cathedral in Moscow. A reason why Nicholas was thought to be unsuitable

  • Tsar Nicholas Ii

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    Nicholas II abdicated the throne in 1917 up until then, the Russian Royal family had ruled for over three hundred years. Throughout this period, they faced many problems and uneasy predicaments, a lot of these centering on Nicholas II as Tsar. A combination of long and short-term problems led to the decline and eventual fall of the Romanov dynasty. Tsar Nicholas II ignored these issues, staying true to his coronation vow to uphold Autocracy, and therefore played a critical role in the plummet of

  • Why is Nicholas Sparks Such a Profound American Author?

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    fit with the story” said Nicholas sparks who is known for many romance novels. In his writing he uses experiences and people that he is inspired by and puts them in a form of novel that catches the audience's attention. After taking a look at the life and writing of Nicholas Sparks, it is apparent that this writer deserves appreciation as a profound American author. With challenges and achievements Nicholas Sparks has written some of the best romance novels. Nicholas Sparks and his parents never