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Book review of Essbaum’s Hausfrau: NOT a modern Anna Karenina story

A couple of weeks ago I found two books at my local library using one of my common techniques for choosing books—browsing randomly. These books were in a corner of the library set aside for a summer reading club. This … Continue reading

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Infidelity: lies, denial, and enduring love

I recently read Nora Ephron’s hilarious novel Heartburn (1983), a thinly-disguised version of her marriage and divorce from journalist Carl Bernstein. Only Ephron could wring so much humour out of discovering her husband’s infidelity—at the time she was seven months pregnant … Continue reading

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