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  1. page Characterization edited Allie {allie's_brain.jpg}

    Allie
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  3. page home edited {http://30tocure30.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/2004_the_notebook_wallpaper_0011.jpg} Meg Rietve…
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    Meg Rietveld, Kaity Ireland, Melissa Hernandez, Molly Beans, and Jake Mayo.

    "It almost
    ...
    couple of times"-times." -Jake Mayo
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    Kaity Ireland, Meg Rietveld, Molly Beans,
    Jake MayoMayo, and Melissa Hernandez.
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  4. page Comparison Movie-Book edited ... Book or Movie? As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job …
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    Book or Movie?
    As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the movies overall message and storyline. This is so because it is easier to take away themes and motifs for the book while the movie may just touch of them a few times throughout the film. I believe the book version is easier to take apart and understand because not having a visual forces the reader to think for themselves and make their own connections. One of the major things they left out of the movie was Noah's father dying. I think that they should have put this into the movie because it would add to the kind of man Noah is supposed to be portrayed as. I also found it interesting how the book would skip from the summer Alli and Noah spent together to the time they are spending together as they get older in the nursing home. In this case I like the movie version better because I feel like the book gave away whether Alli was going to choose Noah or Lon too quickly. Ultimately, the book version of The Notebook gave a better understanding about the underlaying messages throughout the book.
    {http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_y_74cGE2rNY/SgIr9BUZJZI/AAAAAAAAAgA/NBf7vNK8kX0/s400/400hCover_TheNotebook.jpg} or {http://www.flmfree.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/the-notebook-movie-poster.jpg}

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  5. page Comparison Movie-Book edited Book or Movie? As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job a…

    Book or Movie?
    As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the movies overall message and storyline. This is so because it is easier to take away themes and motifs for the book while the movie may just touch of them a few times throughout the film. I believe the book version is easier to take apart and understand because not having a visual forces the reader to think for themselves and make their own connections. One of the major things they left out of the movie was Noah's father dying. I think that they should have put this into the movie because it would add to the kind of man Noah is supposed to be portrayed as. I also found it interesting how the book would skip from the summer Alli and Noah spent together to the time they are spending together as they get older in the nursing home. In this case I like the movie version better because I feel like the book gave away whether Alli was going to choose Noah or Lon too quickly. Ultimately, the book version of The Notebook gave a better understanding about the underlaying messages throughout the book.
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  6. page Themes edited Themes of The Notebook: Never give up on your dreams “You -“You have taught ... encouragi…

    Themes of The Notebook:
    Never give up on your dreams
    “You-“You have taught
    ...
    encouraging me”. p.205
    “”You
    (page 205)
    -"You
    did a
    Forbidden love
    “She-“She said it
    ...
    she needed.” P.119
    “But
    (page 119)
    -“But
    now, as
    ...
    woman shouldn't” P.106
    “I
    (page 106)
    -“I
    am young
    ...
    to paradise”. p.204(page 204)
    Social status
    “You-“You can't live
    ...
    you love” p.141
    “She
    (page 141)
    -“She
    reached for
    ...
    she gave.” P. 19(page 19)
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  7. page space.menu edited ... Themes Comparison: Movie-Book As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook d…
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    Themes
    Comparison: Movie-Book
    As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the movies overall message and storyline. This is so because it is easier to take away themes and motifs for the book while the movie may just touch of them a few times throughout the film. I believe the book version is easier to take apart and understand because not having a visual forces the reader to think for themselves and make their own connections. One of the major things they left out of the movie was Noah's father dying. I think that they should have put this into the movie because it would add to the kind of man Noah is supposed to be portrayed as. I also found it interesting how the book would skip from the summer Alli and Noah spent together to the time they are spending together as they get older in the nursing home. In this case I like the movie version better because I feel like the book gave away whether Alli was going to choose Noah or Lon too quickly. Ultimately, the book version of The Notebook gave a better understanding about the underlaying messages throughout the book.
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  8. page Comparison Movie-Book edited As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the …

    As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the movies overall message and storyline. This is so because it is easier to take away themes and motifs for the book while the movie may just touch of them a few times throughout the film. I believe the book version is easier to take apart and understand because not having a visual forces the reader to think for themselves and make their own connections. One of the major things they left out of the movie was Noah's father dying. I think that they should have put this into the movie because it would add to the kind of man Noah is supposed to be portrayed as. I also found it interesting how the book would skip from the summer Alli and Noah spent together to the time they are spending together as they get older in the nursing home. In this case I like the movie version better because I feel like the book gave away whether Alli was going to choose Noah or Lon too quickly. Ultimately, the book version of The Notebook gave a better understanding about the underlaying messages throughout the book.
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  9. page space.menu edited Characterization Motifs ThemesComparison between movie and book Themes Comparison: Movie-Book …
    Characterization
    Motifs
    ThemesComparison between movie and bookThemes
    Comparison: Movie-Book

    As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the movies overall message and storyline. This is so because it is easier to take away themes and motifs for the book while the movie may just touch of them a few times throughout the film. I believe the book version is easier to take apart and understand because not having a visual forces the reader to think for themselves and make their own connections. One of the major things they left out of the movie was Noah's father dying. I think that they should have put this into the movie because it would add to the kind of man Noah is supposed to be portrayed as. I also found it interesting how the book would skip from the summer Alli and Noah spent together to the time they are spending together as they get older in the nursing home. In this case I like the movie version better because I feel like the book gave away whether Alli was going to choose Noah or Lon too quickly. Ultimately, the book version of The Notebook gave a better understanding about the underlaying messages throughout the book.
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  10. page space.menu edited ... Motifs ThemesComparison between movie and book Comparison Between the Movie and Book As a…
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    Motifs
    ThemesComparison between movie and book
    Comparison Between the Movie and Book
    As a group we believe that the book version of The Notebook does a better job at portraying the movies overall message and storyline. This is so because it is easier to take away themes and motifs for the book while the movie may just touch of them a few times throughout the film. I believe the book version is easier to take apart and understand because not having a visual forces the reader to think for themselves and make their own connections. One of the major things they left out of the movie was Noah's father dying. I think that they should have put this into the movie because it would add to the kind of man Noah is supposed to be portrayed as. I also found it interesting how the book would skip from the summer Alli and Noah spent together to the time they are spending together as they get older in the nursing home. In this case I like the movie version better because I feel like the book gave away whether Alli was going to choose Noah or Lon too quickly. Ultimately, the book version of The Notebook gave a better understanding about the underlaying messages throughout the book.
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    6:40 pm

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