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The Rescue Journals

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Kirsten Nicole Danquah Mrs. Valdez END-2D1-01 November 24, 2007 Section 1- Chapters #1-9 The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks Response Journal #1 Chapters #1-9 In the novel The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks, I have observed that the character Denise Holton, is an over protective mother, who have never been in love before. I can say that Denise Holton is an over protective mother because he is always watching over everything that Kyle does. Denise is also a woman who has never really been in love before, because, she never really had anyone who loved her that much. I think that her being an over protective parent, ties in with her never have been in loved, because of her never have fallen in love she thinks that the only person who really loves her is her ...read more.

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I think that this will be important throughout the rest of the novel, because I think that because of the connection that these people had at an early stage in the novel, it will progress into something more, as I keep on reading. The other observation that I made was that Denise Holton, is Catholic. I think that this very important to me, because I think that since she is Catholic, and when she got pregnant, and made the decision to not abort the baby and follow her religious traditions, that it will show us that she is a very strong women, who will do anything for her child, because she loves him so much. ...read more.

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So far, I believe that this story can relate to the news, because on the news we hear about how people are saving other people, and have done things that we wouldn't actually bring ourselves to do. It is like the novel when Taylor has done things in his past that we wouldn't normally do, but at the same time, ends up helping others if they need assistance. This can be related to by life also, because I have an older sister, who is deaf, and growing up, it was hard for my mother to do things for us, and my mother would do anything that she could to provide for us, and keep us safe. My mom is basically just like Denise, who will do anything for her child, and loves him very much. ...read more.

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