The Good Girl Themes & Motifs

Mary Kubica
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Love comes in many forms, but not all of them are lasting.

One of the themes in the novel is that love comes in many forms. There is physical love, intellectual love, Hollywood-style love, and unconditional love. The novel explores each type of love and goes on to make the statement that unconditional love is the one that is the most touching and everlasting.

Eve and James experience a combination of a physical, intellectual and Hollywood-style love. Eve is only 18 years old when she first meets James. She is from a small English village and then is "whisked away to a new world, dropped in the middle of a roaring metropolis..." She goes on to say, "... at first glance, I was swept off my feet. I was in love." (pp. 109) She was in a Hollywood-type setting. Then came the lead actor, James, who was older than Eve...

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