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WEEK 5: FINAL PROJECT PART 3 Brittany Rainey Walden University Love and emotional intelligence May 12, 2019 © 2013 Laureate Education, Inc. 1 of 5
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WEEK 5: FINAL PROJECT PART 3 The story the Notebook is an intriguing story that brings youth and time together in a seamless way. The classic scene of love, drama and the fight to stay together is the most pivotal moment as it relates to the social class issues amongst the young couple and her wealthy family. As Allie defends her love for Noah and her parent’s strong disproval of him, the couple’s relationship holds on by a string. In this paper, I will be highlighting key points that demonstrate how the story betrays emotional intelligence based on the impact of social class differences in a young couple in the 1940s The scene starts with a night out as the young couple decided to have an intimate moment in an abandoned home. Just when the couple was about to take their relationship to the next level, Noah’s best friend interrupts with the shocking news that Allie’s parents were going crazy in looking for her and decided to file a missing report. As they make their way to Allie’s parent’s home, Noah realizes his night wasn’t going to end well. Her father had a cold demeanor towards him as if he was the problem before
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