Nicholas Sparks would be included in the literary movement called Romanticism. The reason for this is because Sparks is very
imaginative and his novels deal with a different aspect of love. He is able to express his thoughts and ideas by grasping
the readers' attention through their emotions. His writing is very emotional when it deals with the love that two characters
are expressing to each other. Sparks deals with the romantic aspect of the storyline. He does it so that the readers' attention
is completely taken by the novel and they become part of the story. Through their emotions he is able to cause them to interact
with the novel and understand it better because the characters go through some of the same things that a real human would
go through for love. Nicholas Sparks appeals to the romanticism because of his style of writing which changes constantly
and the theme that each novel holds true to.