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Review of the Novel "High Fidelity" and its Themes of Finding True Love

Summary: The novel "High Fidelity" examines adult romantic relationships through the failed romances of its main character.
High Fidelity tells the story of a young man in his thirties who is struggling to find real love. Though the central character, Rob Gordon has an issue with commitment. All of Rob's past girlfriends have a common element. All of his past girlfriends pursued the relationship. This has led to Rob's issue with commitment. He likes his girlfriends, maybe even loves them. But, they all chose him to be their boyfriend while he only conceded to choosing them to be his girlfriend.

Rob uses his past relationships to measure his new relationships. His first relationship with Alison Ashworth proves to be the beginning of a never-ending cycle. Rob never places much effort into his relationships because of his initial heartbreak where he was left for another young man. Hence, when Rob is confronted with his failing relationships, he has to compare himself to the man his girlfriend...

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