The Devil Wears Prada Themes

Lauren Weisberger
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Self Awareness

Self Awareness is a big part of The Devil Wears Prada, by Lauren Weisberger. In the novel, the main character, Andrea Sachs obtains a job as the junior assistant to Miranda Priestly, the Editor in Chief of Runway Magazine. Runway is a fashion magazine, and though Andrea has no real interest in fashion, she accepts the job because she has been told that anyone that works for Miranda for a year and does their job without being fired will have the opportunity to be promoted to the position of their dreams. As Andrea longs to be a writer for The New Yorker, she hopes to work for Miranda for a year and then, with Miranda's contacts, be able to obtain her dream job.

Andrea discovers that working for Miranda is an all-consuming position, one that takes all of her time and usually most of her energy. Performing...

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