Legally Blonde

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Plume, 2003 - Fiction - 291 pages
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Elle Woods, California University senior, seems to have it all. President of Delta Gamma sorority, she’s aced her major - sociopolitical jewelry design - and is on the verge of becoming Mrs. Warner Huntington III. Too bad Warner, bound for Stanford Law, dumps her with the explanation that he now needs a more 'serious' woman at his side. Faced with this unexpected reversal of fortune, Woods doesn’t get depressed, she gets busy. Thanks to a creative application video and a demand for 'diversity' at Stanford Law, Elle is admitted. Soon she’s packing up her convertible - as well as her miniature Chihuahua 'Bruiser' - and heading north, determined to win back her man. Smart, fast and funny, 'Legally Blonde' proves just how much fun blondes really can have.

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User Review  - alexus_ilpat - LibraryThing

Legally Blonde By Amanda brown This book is written by a nice woman which graduated from Arizona state university. She is the daughter of the lawyer jack brown and the art gallery owner Suzanne brown ... Read full review

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User Review  - JCLHeatherM - LibraryThing

Elle Woods makes a great heroine, and though the movie came out after the book, the movie proves to be a more memorable experience. Read full review



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Amanda Brown is the author of "Legally Blonde," upon which the acclaimed film was based. Formerly a student at Stanford Law School, Ms. Brown is now a full-time novelist.

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