The Notebook - Winter for Two Summary & Analysis

Nicholas Sparks (author)
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Winter for Two Summary

The next chapter begins with, "The story ends there, so I close the notebook." The reader, Noah, is now back in the present. He says that his eyes are tired, but have yet to fail him. He is also cold even though he sat in the morning sun to read, but those who care for him know him well and try to make him comfortable. Toward that end, there's hot tea waiting for him and he pours, though it's a tremendous effort. He says that he and Allie are no longer allowed to sleep together, and that he understands the doctor's orders, but that he still slips in sometimes to watch her sleep. The first forty-five years of their married lives, they slept together, and he admits that he doesn't sleep well without her.

Noah says that he visits...

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