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Thursday, September 2, 2010

He's Just Not That Into You
Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo
pg. 135
The protagonist of this book is Greg, and he has several positive traits about him. He helps people (mostly girls) everyday to overcome their relationship problems. Women write to him all the time and he always responds. They tell him about the problems they are having in their relationship and he helps them overcome them. Greg will usually tell them that they don't need to be in a relationship like that and "he's just not that into you." He helps girls get out of crumby relationships and helps them to realize that their is someone better for them out there. He also has negative qualities. Women always tell him that they are so in love with a guy but he's just doing something wrong, and Greg always tells them that he's just not into you and that you should be out of that relationship. I think he could say something different to help them be able to stick together. These traits are revealed with all the letters he writes. He writes several letters to women all the time full of advice and his opinions. These traits affect the plot because if he didn't say these things to women then their would be no point to write a letter to him, which is basically what this book is full of. If it wasn't for Greg, there would be a lot more women in bad relationships.

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