The Oxford Book of Marriage (Oxford paperbacks)

The Oxford Book of Marriage (Oxford paperbacks)

by HelgeRubinstein (Editor)

Synopsis

Marriages are not made in heaven or hell, but somewhere in between. In this splendid anthology, Hilary Rubinstein draws on the wit and wisdom of over two thousand years to trace the course of a marriage through all its various stages. Moving from passionate or painful proposals to the delights or disasters of the big day, the book touches on sex, children, death, and divorce before reaching the calmer waters of contented old age. Among those describing their feelings about and experiences of this most universal of subjects are writers as diverse as Darwin and Kafka, Rabelais and Jane Austen, Pepys and Virginia Woolf.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 396
Edition: New
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
Published: Apr 1992

ISBN 10: 0192829300
ISBN 13: 9780192829306

Author Bio

About the Editor
Helge Rubinstein has written numerous articles for Parents magazine and has answered reader's letters on emotional problems for Brides magazine since 1980. A practicing marriage counselor for over twenty years, she was Chair of the London Marriage Guidance Council from 1977 to 1982.