A walk to remember The book that I’ve read is called A walk to remember and the authors name is Nicholas spark. You’ve probably heard of him before, because of his other well known, romantic books, such as Dear john, The lucky one and one of my favorites, The notebook. Nicholas Sparks has just turned 49 years old and he has seventeen published novels plus one none-fiction. Eight of his romantic novels have been adabted into films including, A walk to remember. Nicholas sparks is an american novelist, producer and screenwriter.
The fight between good and evil ties the whole theme together which make the young characters very interesting. The fight and want these kids have to find their dad is incredible. This book also includes a lot of things that could and possibly will be in our far future because of time travel. This book also encourages young women to become scientists or do manly jobs. The quote, “Euripedes.
I never thought two people so different could be this near from each other. This sentence made a clear image of the bond between two friends. But as at the beginning, I say, love, make us the biggest sinner. In the first place, killing Lennie is an example of the deep cares George had for Lennie. People would immediately be against with this thesis, but let me explain
Love is a very powerful emotion. It affects everyone in some way, at some point in their life. Consequently, love is apparent in almost all literature. In the short story “The Rocket Man”, by Ray Bradbury, a father is torn between two things he loves: his family and outer space. Throughout the story he tries to figure out where his heart lies, but then dies while in space without closure.
The characters traveled through the universe and through time. They spent most of the time on different planets such as Earth and the Happy Medium Planet. This choice of setting is very important to the story. The setting has a huge significance because as it changes, the plot of the story shifts and more problems occur. If the setting was somewhere else such as, Earth, the plot would be totally different.
In the song “Dreams and Nightmares” He concedes “I used to pray for times like this to rhyme like this” (Mill). These lyrics intriguing because most artist don’t talk about their youth issues. His lyrics makes an individual wonder makes a person want to hear what’s next of his story. Therefore, Meek Mills “Dreams and nightmares” is an inspirational song for poor urban youth to accomplish their life goals through its ability to relate those who struggle. In “Dreams and Nightmares” song, Mills is expressing the idea that anyone who suffers tough life experiences can still fulfill their dreams.
There are several interpretations of John Keats’ poem, Ode to a Nightingale. Keats begins his poem with talking about a bird that seems real, but as the poem progresses the bird turns into a symbol. Keats was envisioning how life could be much simpler and he was thinking about the different ways life is troublesome. His reality was taken over by his dream of having a life like the nightingale- worryless and free. He wishes that he could join the bird because if he could escape to the nightingale’s world, he could escape from reality and live a much more uncomplicated and worry free life.
A book shows an imaginary world to a reader and gives a reader a platform to create an imaginary world out the story on a book. William Shakespeare 's greatest love story truly touches its readers heart by the way whole story is structured. The book is written in the way the it flows in the unprecedented scenes that it creates in the readers mind and the piteous end of the true lovers are the elements that made it the greatest love story ever told. Furthermore, this extraordinary story of a true love written in a book has been filmed which suited with then the time and generation. The "Romeo + Juliet" produced in 1996 directed by Baz Luhrmann indeed shows a fine example of the major differences and changes that a story needs when a movie is filmed out of the book especially with the changing time.