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Dear John is a American romantic drama-war film starring Amanda Seyfried and Over the course of two weeks, they go on several dates and fall in love. Savannah also meets John's father, who is obsessed with his coin collection. An angry rebel, John dropped out of school and enlisted in the Army, not knowing what else to do with his life—until he meets the girl of his dreams, Savannah. Lasse Hallstrom's "Dear John" tells the heartbreaking story of two lovely young Savannah meets him and casually observes to John that he is.
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A hundred years ago, stories like these were much easier to craft. Yes, prejudice still exists and in small pockets of society, such issues might still predominate, but as a general rule, prejudice is frowned upon, and I strive to write novels that feel universal to the majority of people. What causes the bittersweet ending? Yet, I have a problem with that obstacle as well. Nor does my wife.
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This is where, of course, I found myself when conceiving the idea forDear John. How could I make that idea at least somewhat original? How can I make it feel universal to the majority of readers?
Lovers are kept apart because of marriage, and yet no adultery occurred. In the end, I was proud of the novel.
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It is, in many ways, one of my favorites. It is also one that I think will resonate with readers long after the final page is turned. He meets Savannah Curtis, a college student building homes with a group of co-eds for Habitat for Humanity while on spring break, when he fetches her purse from the ocean. She invites him to a bonfire party where he meets her neighbor, Tim Wheddon, and his son, Alan. Over the course of two weeks, they go on several dates and fall in love.
Savannah also meets John's father, who is obsessed with his coin collection. Savannah mentions to John that his father may have a form of high-functioning autism known as Asperger's syndrome like Tim's son, Alan. This upsets John, who storms off. Savannah's friend Randy, who also has a crush on her, makes a comment that provokes John to fight, and he accidentally punches Tim, breaking his nose.
Savannah sees the commotion, and stops speaking to John. John later apologizes to Tim, who offers to give Savannah a message.
She drives to John's house to spend one last day together. John and Savannah continue their relationship through letters, and John visits her in her hometown to meet her family while on a future leave.
John and Savannah makes plans to start a life together after John is discharged from the army in December However, when the September 11 attacks occur, John chooses to re-enlist. Their time apart start as weeks and turn into months and years.
Savannah begins to spend more time with Tim, and decides that she wants to work with autistic children; she plans to build a farm and horse stables where they can enjoy the outdoors and animals. Over the next two years, John and Savannah's romance continues through their letters.