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Why I'm still married : women write their hearts out on love, loss, sex, and who does the dishes

Author: Karen Propp; Jean R Trounstine
Publisher: New York : Hudson Street Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Essays by twenty-four women writers explore the challenges, joys, and humor of the institution of marriage, with contributions by such authors as Julia Alvarez, Susan Cheever, and Erica Jong.
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Why I'm still married.
New York : Hudson Street Press, ©2006
(OCoLC)988946981
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Propp; Jean R Trounstine
ISBN: 1594630178 9781594630170
OCLC Number: 61229595
Description: xv, 277 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Fifty years in the bonds of matrimony / Anne Bernays --
The occasional persistence of love / Marge Piercy --
The marriage of lost fathers / Susan Dworkin --
A great wall / Aimee Liu --
Koan / Kathleen Aguero --
An experiment in improvisation / Bharati Mukherjee --
A twenty-first-century ritual / Erica Jong --
Third time around: snapshots from at long last a long-term marriage / Julia Alvarez --
The finish line / Jean Trounstine --
Mrs. Married Person / Susan Cheever --
In the ink of my blood / Maria Hinojosa --
18,260 breakfasts / Eve LaPlante --
The two of us / Jennifer Heath --
Gathered / Elizabeth Graver --
First person plural / Helen Fremont --
Preserved in salt: how Emeril live! and Egyptology are saving my marriage / Liza Wieland --
Murmurs / Audrey Schulman --
My husband, his girlfriend, her husband, my lover, and others / Hannah Pine --
Matching luggage / Karen Propp --
Being Mr. Packer / ZZ Packer --
Monogamy meltdown / Kamy Wicoff --
I'd have to be even crazier than I am to screw this one up / Meredith Maran --
Of rivers and love / Diana Abu-Jaber --
Marrying out of history / Nell Casey.
Responsibility: edited by Karen Propp and Jean Trounstine.

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Essays by twenty-four women writers explore the challenges, joys, and humor of the institution of marriage, with contributions by such authors as Julia Alvarez, Susan Cheever, and Erica Jong.
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