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Together And Apart By Margaret Kennedy,

  • Title: Together And Apart
  • Author: Margaret Kennedy
  • ISBN: 9780860682165
  • Page: 368
  • Format: None
  • It is 1936 and in British society the decision to divorce still constitutes a major disgrace an alternative to be considered only in cases of scandalous adultery But Betsy Canning decides almost unconsciously to leave her husband When friends and family try to interfere to save the marriage, a bitter separation is set in motion, one that has disastrous consequences forIt is 1936 and in British society the decision to divorce still constitutes a major disgrace an alternative to be considered only in cases of scandalous adultery But Betsy Canning decides almost unconsciously to leave her husband When friends and family try to interfere to save the marriage, a bitter separation is set in motion, one that has disastrous consequences for the entire family.
    Together And Apart It is and in British society the decision to divorce still constitutes a major disgrace an alternative to be considered only in cases of scandalous adultery But Betsy Canning decides almost uncon

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    1. I love Margaret Kennedy s writing, but I didn t rush to pick up this book because I wasn t that taken with the subject matter The disintegration of a marriage, and all of the fallout from that, in upper middle class England between the wars.When I finally picked the book up thinking of Margaret Kennedy Day, which is only a couple of weeks away I was hooked from the first page It is a wonderfully engaging human drama beautifully written and rich with understanding and insight.It all begins with a [...]

    2. 5 stars I don t often give 5 stars but this is a book that I could read again and learn something new about myself each time I read it.It is a story of the breakup of a marriage How the couple stopped caring for each other and striving to meet the other s needs, worrying about what they were receiving than what they were giving They became lazy and complacent It is the story of how the people around them, unintentionally, contributed to the downfall of this relationship It is the tale of the br [...]

    3. The dissolving of a marriage in 1930 s England Both sad and funny a typical Virago novel I really liked it, but this era appeals to me.

    4. The 1920s is another period where what people would say was obviously of paramount importance Betsy has decided to divorce her husband Alec her reasons seem somewhat lopsided She feels let down by her marriage and feels that happiness has somewhat eluded her Her husband has never been passionately involved with her and despite knowing about his liaisons with various women, she now takes it upon herself to bring up the latest mistress as one of the reasons for her leaving him On the sidelines is [...]

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