The Wedding Themes

Nicholas Sparks (author)
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Love

The Official Nicholas Sparks Web Site identifies the theme of The Wedding as being "love and renewal," and it is addressed in several ways in the novel. Jane and Wilson's love is renewed through the year-long process of courting Jane all over again as he had done when they had first met. He loves his wife, but realizes his "innocent neglect" of their marriage may have made his wife fall out of love with him. When Wilson forgets his and Jane's twenty-ninth anniversary, this is the final straw that causes him to realize that he has not tended to his marriage for many years. He sees a sadness in Jane that indicates she has been unhappy in the marriage for some time. His challenge is to win back his wife's love by showing her how much he loves her. Ultimately, his memories of how he and Jane came...

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