The connection between the two, a connection of pure love (along with sacrifice, tenderness, appreciation, and charity), is what may be said to have prompted Sparks to set the novel in the nostalgic era of the 1950s, when such themes could resonate more clearly, more forcefully, and more naturally.
Indeed, the era Sparks describes helps to frame the ideals that inspired Sparks to tell the story and root them in a way of life.
Those who relate to her don’t see her as feminine or masculine.
The way that she relates to her father and those surrounding her all move into symmetrical relationships.
Even though the inspiration for the tale came from events that occurred more closely in time to the present day, those events returned Sparks to an age when such ideals were viewed as essential aspects of living.
is written in a simple and direct style, one that could easily be called clichéd if it were not covered by its apparent innocence and lack of guile.
For some, religion is a personal experience, a spring that gives renewal to unite with a Divine Power, a Supernatural Being, an ultimate source of truth.
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The concepts of identity, love, relationships and value all add into universal themes that are associated with each of the books.
Developing the main characters through these main themes then provides the ability to understand the capabilities of each character differently, including a social, cultural and humanistic nature.