Origin of notebook
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And always the same tagline: “From the author of The Notebook.”
Why are melodramas like The Notebook derided for being unrealistic, while Godzilla gets lauded as the best of the year?
In short, The Notebook asks you to be weak so you can be brave.
The film version of The Notebook takes this tendency and runs with it.
Since The Notebook premiered ten years ago, Nicholas Sparks has become a genre unto himself.
Accordingly I set about writing in his notebook from the volume of criticism he had supplied.Ruggles of Red Gap
Harry Leon Wilson
He carefully moved one hand and took a notebook from his pocket.Weak on Square Roots
He took the notebook in his hand and started to draw a sketch.
She had taken out her notebook and was crossing off the various items.L'Assommoir
She opened a small hand bag and took from it a notebook which she consulted.Louisiana Lou
William West Winter
- a book for recording notes or memoranda
- a book for registering promissory notes
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Word Origin and History for notebook
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