THE NOTEBOOK Follows The Relationships Of Two Students With Each Other And With Their Fabled English Teacher, Miss Thorne, At A Private School In Manhattan Warren Lives To Read, And His Enthusiasm And Literary Talent Make Him Miss Thorne S Favorite But When Jennie, A Russian Immigrant, Arrives At The School, Miss Thorne S Allegiance Shifts Jennie, A Brilliant Literature Student, Passionate Beyond Her Years, Is The Student Miss Thorne Has Sought Her Whole Life Jennie Idolizes Miss Thorne, Who Showers Her With Compliments, Including One She Almost Never Bestows When, After Reading Some Of Jennie S Poems, She Tells Jennie That She May Be A Writer Warren Is Not Jealous Of The Attention Jennie Receives Because He Has Fallen Madly In Love With Her He Delights In Her Successes But Quite Suddenly, Miss Thorne Cools To Jennie Suddenly, Her A S Become Barely Passing Grades, And Miss Thorne Dismisses Her Work As Too Controlled By Her Passions And Lacking In Discipline The Effect Is Devastating Jennie Does Everything She Can, Makes Every Effort, To Reconnect, But To No Avail, And The Little Russian Girl Withdraws From The School Utterly Crushed, Vanishing Like A Character Out Of A Russian Novel As Mysteriously As She Came And Leaving Her Indelible Imprint On The Heartbroken Young Warren THE NOTEBOOK Captures Perfectly The Ebullience Of Literary Awakening, The Extreme Vulnerability Of The Young And Sensitive To Their Mentors And The Unfathomable Cruelty Adults Are Capable Of Visiting On The Young.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Notebook book, this is one of the most wanted Wendy Kesselman author readers around the world.
- 50 pages
- The Notebook
- Wendy Kesselman
- 05 April 2019 Wendy Kesselman