Notebooks Essays

  • Notebook Computers

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    Notebook Computers Imagine working on your English papers sitting comfortably on your couch in front of the TV, or working outside on a beautiful day. This dream could be a reality for those who purchase a notebook computer. Today's notebooks have just as much computing power as desktop models but are more compact, and with wireless internet access are now more portable than ever. This paper will give a brief history of notebook computers, explain how they work, and compare a couple models

  • Essay On The Notebook

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    And the Oscar goes to... The notebook movie review 2004 Director- Nick Cassavetes Star rating 5/5 I’ve heard people refer to the notebook as ‘cheesy’ and a ‘chick flick’ this is not at all true. No matter who you are the movie manages to squeeze out a few tears, because of the inspiration the movie puts across. If you love emotional, romantic movies then the notebook is perfect for you. The heart pounding movie, starring Allie (Rachel Adams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) who are summer sweet hearts, until

  • The Notebook critique

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    The Notebook By Nicholas Sparks “I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a common man with common thoughts and I've led a common life... but I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough. -Noah Calhoun When we were assinged to do a book critique, I knew right away I was going to do a Nicholas Sparks novel. I have read all of his books, cried many tears and felt many emotions as I pictured the people falling in love, people doing heroic events and people

  • The Notebook Psychology

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    The Notebook Thought to be one of most memorable and trademark romantic movies of all time The Notebook is far from your average love story. The movie is average in the fact Allie daughter of a very rich and proper mother and father falls hopelessly in love with Noah, just a poor mill worker and of course her parents don’t approve. When Noah leaves for war Allie falls in love with another man. As expected Noah comes back from war right when Allie is about to get married but it is obvious she is

  • The Notebook Movie Analysis

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    Love is a word that’s been both miss-used and over-used all at once. Romantic movies change our definition of and have a big impact on this definition greatly. There have been many movies and novels made over love, but never like this. “The Notebook” is a love story about unconditional love that two people have for each other. This emotionally, heart touching story will have your eyes blood-shot and burning from you not wanting to blink your eyes. This tremendously wonderful love story will have

  • Stereotypes In The Notebook Movie

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    There are many movies that people could label as their “favorite” although, “The Notebook” happens to be an all-time classic for people of all ages. The movie reflects back on a young couple, Allie and Noah’s love story. The movie is told by the older Noah, which he tells of how their love began and how it has changed over time. The movie is split up into times that have passed, when the couple was young, during the 1940’s, during the years when they had grown up and grown apart and during the present

  • Comparing Notebook and Desktop Computers

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    Comparing Notebook and Desktop Computers Computers are one of the most popular kinds of electronic devices in the world today. Whether kid or adult, male or female, everyone wants to learn how to operate the computer. People use computers for different purposes such as typing papers, creating websites, making presentations, browsing on the internet, playing games, etc. In fact, many people are still confused about choosing what kind of computer they want to buy. In the world today, there are

  • Theme Of Psychology In The Notebook

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    Psychology in The Notebook The film The Notebook offers not only a form of entertainment but also different psychology concepts throughout the film. The Notebook is told from the point of view of an elderly man reading to a woman around his own age. He reads the story of two young lovers that come from differing backgrounds but fall in love. The young girl, Allie, is from a well-off family from the city that is visiting Seabrook Island for the summer. While the young man, Noah, is a poor country

  • Noah Calhoun's 'The Notebook'

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    The Notebook Summary Noah Calhoun starts off the story by talking about how is life isn’t easy to explain. But now, he has also had more ups and downs and that he is proud because, many people cannot say that about their life. He talks about his wife, Allie not knowing whom he is. He reads this notebook to Allie just hoping that, that day might be the day that she comes back to him. Allie and Noah fell in love once when they were young, but Allie had to go because of the disapproval of her parents

  • Film Analysis Of The Movie 'The Notebook'

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    The Notebook The Notebook was 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. And although the movie has its good points, this movie also sets a bad example for some people. The Notebook takes place during the 1940s in North Carolina. It is a complicated love story between two teenage lovers named Noah Calhoun, a country boy, and Allie Nelson, a rich girl, who meet each other at a local

  • The Notebook Literary Analysis

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    In the novel, The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, two young teenagers fall into a passionate love for one another while Ally and her family are vacationing in New Bern for the summer. A summer that Ally and Noah thought would last a lifetime quickly comes to an end when Ally and her family must return home. Several years later, Ally is now engaged while Noah struggles to forget Ally’s love. Ally must seek for answers as she returns to New Bern years after the finding of her first love; consequently

  • Compare And Contrast The Great Gatsby And The Notebook

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    First Love Never Dies Benjamin Disraeli once said, “the magic of first love is the ignorance that it can never end”. In similar ways, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby and the film The Notebook directed by Nick Cassavetes both share a similar love story producing the idea that first love never dies. Both the novel and the film present the idea of a lower class man falling in love with a wealthy woman. Neither of the men are able to stay with the women due to disapproval. When the men

  • The Notebook Allie And Jr's Relationship

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    The film, The Notebook takes place in the late 1940s, in New Bern, North Carolina. The main couple of the movie are Noah Jr, and Allie Hamilton. Throughout the story the two have had a deep and intimate relationship. Allie’s family is very rich and well off however Noah is a poor mill worker. Noah leaves for World War II, which is when their relationship became complicated. Over the course of the story the two had a relationship “like no other,” even though they were separated they found their way

  • The Notebook and Dear John, by Nicholas Sparks

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    Dear John and The Notebook have very similar and different aspects. They both have similar way the two main characters met. In both stories they have similar ways that one of the main characters has to leave. Another thing they have in common is how someone in both stories have to move on from the person they love. The two stories have differences too however. In both stories one of the characters goes back and tries to find the other one, but what happens when they do is completely

  • Joan Didion's Essay Los Angeles Notebook

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    Joan Didion's Essay "Los Angeles Notebook" The Santa Ana winds cause people to act more violently or unruly and makes others irritable and unhappy to a great extent. Joan Didion explains to the reader about how the Santa Ana affects human behavior in her essay “Los Angeles Notebook.” Through the use of imagery, diction, and selection of detail Didion expresses her view of the Santa Ana winds. Didion paints uneasy and somber images when describing the Santa Ana winds. “There is something uneasy

  • True Love Conquers All In The Notebook By Nicholas Sparks

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    “We fell in love, despite our differences, and once we did, something rare and beautiful was created. For me, love like that has only happened once, and that’s why every minute we spent together has been seared in my memory” (Sparks, 1996). In The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, Noah Calhoun is reading to his wife, Allison Nelson, from his nursing home. He suffers from cancer and severe arthritis in his hands. Noah tells the story of the lifer they shared together. It was filled with joy, tears, arguments

  • Literary Analysis of The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

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    Literary Analysis of The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks This book is a great book and it touches ones heart in ways you couldn't imagine. I seriously love this book because I love romantic stories and it's just so cute. The movie is good but the book is better. Well 'The Notebook' is about a journey of two young lovers Noah Calhoun and Allie Nelson who made a passionate summer romance and they were separated because Allie moved to the city. After fourteen years of separation due to World War

  • The Golden Notebook By Doris Lessing

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    Chapter 1 Brief summary of the novels The ‘Golden Notebook’ by Doris Lessing is a speculative fiction that deals with the mental and social breakdown of the protagonist Anna Wulf, and portrays her and her closest companion Molly Jacobs’ realistic life. During her life, Anna writes four notebooks- a Black one, which records her experiences before and after world war; a Red one where she writes about being a member of the Communist party; Yellow notebook is a storehouse of her emotional life, holding

  • Women's Writing and Writing about Women: Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook

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    instrumental women writers in the 20th century. In the year 1962, her chef-d'oeuvre The Golden Notebook was published. It is regarded as the companion volume of Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex. The novel soon becomes popular among the feminists because of its realistic description about women’s independence, consciousness and their living condition. This paper has been written with the aim to interpret The Golden Notebook from feminist perspective. Theme, structure, characters, narrative style of the novel

  • Maria Rilke's The Notebooks Of Malte Laurids Brigge

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    The concept of death as described in The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge In Rainer Maria Rilke’s The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge, Malte is a young artist who seems to be lost in his own thoughts on life and a multitude of other abstract notions. Throughout this work, which is very reluctantly classified as a novel, the narrator ponders many different areas and concepts about life in the city, with some references to life on the countryside. Furthermore, the speaker presents death in a very