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    This is a love story taking place in the past and the present. Although the narrator is in the present, most of the action of the story takes place in 1946 as a flashback. An old man named Noah is...

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    One of the most dominant themes in the redemptive power of love. Sparks shows love to be a force that can conquer class discrimination and social repression. Allie's love for Noah transcends the...

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    Ellie is struggling with Alzheimer’s doesn’t recognize Noah. Noah patiently reads from a notebook a love story of two people. The angst of being held apart by others and then the eventual...

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    This is a great question and I would say that there are three main conflicts in the book. First, the most obvious conflict is based on class. Noah is a great man, but he does not come from money...

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    It really should be noted that Sparks' book really speaks to the power of love. I am not sure you will get very far in suggesting that the book depicts love in a negative manner. (Thousands of...

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    There is a transcendent vision of love that First Lady Clinton emphasizes in her 1996 speech which shares similarities to what Sparks offers in his work. The first shared point is that both...

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    I think that the film version of Sparks' work demonstrates the challenges of love in different stages in life. The early conception of love is one in which there are social challenges, emotional...

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    The love shown between Allie and Noah is shown to be a transcendent notion. It is something that surpasses the conditions of war, coveting of social status, as well as even time. Allie and Noah...

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    According to Nicholas Sparks' agent query letter for the novel The Notebook, the book is written as a Southern novel, echoing the "local color" genre that emphasizes characteristics of the...

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  • The Notebook
    The major conflict of the story has its roots in the past. The "notebook" is an accounting of the life of Allie and Noah. Allie and Noah are from the same town, but different sides of the tracks....

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