Blonde Ambition Themes

John Meaney
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Superficiality of Hollywood

The extreme superficiality of Hollywood is explored throughout the book, especially in the contrast of Anna and the other characters. Anna is not a Hollywood native and does not play by the established rules of Tinsel Town. In many cases, she does not know who the important power players of the town are or why she should "kiss up" to them — much to the astonishment of friends like Sam and Cammie. This seems to work in Anna's favor, however, in many instances because people like Clark Sheppard appreciate her honesty about things that she believes are unrealistic in the scripts that she reads. Anna does not try to praise important Hollywood executives or stars to meet her own agenda and that attitude is refreshing next to the fake personalities of most of the industry.

Perhaps the two most superficial characters are Cammie and Sam. Cammie...

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