Free Study Guide - The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks|
THE NOTEBOOK STUDY GUIDE BY NICHOLAS SPARKS
Noah is a most engaging character who is unimpressed with striving for
success no matter the cost. He is a blue-collar worker who spends an unexpected
inheritance on restoring a beautiful plantation home. He is a hard worker
in whatever he engages himself, but will never be sucked into a job that
keeps him away from nature and the beauty of poetry. Allie says in ........
She is the young woman who faces the challenge of defying the life she
has been told she must live in order to connect with her soul mate, Noah
Calhoun. She spends a wonderful summer with him, loses her virginity to
him, and then loses him for fourteen years. When she sees an article on
his house, she is compelled to find him again and .........
Essentially a good and decent man, Lon courts Allie ardently, but once
he has won her, she takes second place to his blossoming career as a lawyer.
He spends many nights at work and only reserves one night a week when
they can be together. Allie knows she is second in his priorities, but
sees his better qualities and even though she.........
The first and the last chapters of the novel are narrated by Noah, who is now eighty years old and living in a nursing home with Allie, who is........
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