Literary Analysis: Where She Went And The Vow

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If two people are meant to be together, they will always find their way back to each other. Many believe that true love is hard to find. Some think it may never come. Others do not realize that it is right in front of them. Many others wonder if it could just be the wrong time. In the novel Where She Went written by Gayle Forman and the movie The Vow directed by Michael Sucsy, a common theme shared between the two is true love will always find a way to come back. These two works of art develop the idea that there is no such thing as the wrong time if the love is truly genuine. The novel Where She Went takes place three years after the first novel in New York City. The protagonist, Adam Wilde, is a twenty-one year old rising rock star in a band called “Shooting Star.” Adam experiences being famous now that his band is top of the charts. However, Adam deals with having anxiety, a bad temper, and being heartbroken. He is always on edge from the ugly side of being a rock star, like reporters constantly prying into his personal life. Music seems to be the only thing in Adam’s life that he can count on. It is the night before Adam is going to leave to start a tour with his band. He stumbles across a poster that says his young love, Mia Hall, has a cello recital that night. By a chance of fate, these two once lovers are at the same place on the same night. Adam decides to go in and just listen to Mia play with no other intention. After the concert, Adam is invited backstage by

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