Glamorama: A Novel Themes

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Deceit

Deceit is one of the prevalent themes of the book. Glamorama is a novel in which people aren't who they say they are and situations aren't what they seem to be. Nothing can be taken at face value. Victor tries to deceive Damien about his relationships with Allison and Lauren. He also tries to deceive Chloe about his involvement with these women. From the time Victor boarded the Queen Elizabeth, there is one deceit after another. The Wallaces are not who they say they are as Victor discovers in Milan when he views the tape of Lorrie with his father. He meets a woman named Marina, who gives him two different surnames. When he tries to find her, he finds there is no such name of the passenger list and her cabin is unassigned. The biggest deception is propagated by F. Fred Palakon, who apparently was hired by...

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