Reflection — October 9th
It might be pushing the limits to describe the quirky novel 'Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine' by Gail Honeyman as a rom com, but the issue of a 'suitable companion' is certainly explored in an unconventional way.
Eleanor strongly believes that she doesn't need anyone else in her life and describes herself in this way: 'I am a self-contained entity'. For many reasons she has had to be so, but the novel explores the development of her identity as two contenders emerge for the role of 'suitable companion' for Eleanor.
There is Johnnie Lomond, the elegant looking man with star like quality
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