He is fixing plantation home and constantly gets lost in his old memories of this girl. But instead of seeking her out, he suffices to recalling the memories. But as fate has it, the girl comes to his town to see him. But Allie is now engaged to another man but she too can’t rid the thought of Noah, but things are difficult for them as always. Their worlds are completely different and it is very hard to bridge the gap between the two lives. Allie gets caught in a strange situation where she is weeks away from her marriage and she has to decide what she wants to do with her life; ignore Noah and marry the other person or pursue her dream of romance with her first love.
The notebook gives a description of love, passion, trust, sensuality, faith, anger, desperation, desolateness, tragedy and eternity. Noah reads the notebook, which explains how he and Allie had met, fell in love, were separated and then re-united after 14 years. At the end of the story there is a twist, in which the author tragically alters the plot with Allie being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
Noah is the main character of the novel; his character is of someone who couldn’t care less about life. He is a laborer who spends most of his youth in lumberjack and fishing. A World War II veteran who returned to his hometown New Bern, North Carolina and bought a plantation-style home out of an unexpected inheritance. He is an avid lover of nature and poetry and nothing could ever keep him away from them.
He is the fiancé of Allie a successful, handsome and career oriented law practitioner who always keeps his career ahead of anything or anyone. He loves Allie but not more than his career. Although he is a decent man but sees Allie as a second priority in his life, but at the same time admits the better qualities and inevitability of Allie in his life.
Morris is Jewish; whose scrap yard ...Show more