In the Notebook what is the name of the woman that has an on-off relationship with Noah?
when she is younger, her name is Allie Hamilton, played by Rachel McAdams, and when she is elderly, her name is Allie Calhoun, played by Gena Rowlands
The Notebook begins with a man in a nursing home, reading a story to a woman. The story is about two young lovers, Allie Hamilation and Noah Calhoun, who meet one day at a carnival. Althought the two are falling in love, Allie's parents forbid the relationship and move Allie away.After waiting for any sign (such as letters) from Noah from years, Allie meets Lon and becomes engaged. However, Allie still has feelings for Noah…
The ending of the book is bittersweet. It ends differently than the movie does (and, in my opinion, has a better ending than the movie). Allie does remember Noah in the end and he does spend the night with her, as he does in the movie, but Noah does not die. The book has a bit of an ambiguous ending. The Wedding, which is the sequel to The Notebook, reveals that Noah is still alive…
Noah and Allie were the man and woman in the nursing home. Allie became sick with Alzheimer's and noah stayed by her side thru the whole thing. Each day trying to help her memory by reading her the story of their love. They both died together in each others arms so they never had to be separated. :)
It's entirely possible that there may be a "sequel", but instead the author of the books calls it a follow up due to the fact that it's not about Allie and Noah from "The Notebook". Nicholas Sparks wrote a follow up called "The Wedding" which is about Noah and Allie's Daughter or Son. To know for sure, keep an eye out for "Nicholas Sparks, The Wedding"
The moral issue in the movie The Notebook involves the idea of betrayal. Allie betrays Lon when she goes back to visit Noah. Although it is easy to grasp the idea that Allie and Noah are meant for each other (as they are truly in love) she did betray her fiance. This is seen as a moral issue as it is one of the Ten Commandments - thou shall not commit adultery.