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How to Be Happy, Though Married: A Tender Compendium of Good and Bad Advice 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1556526997
ISBN-13: 9781556526992
Sku: 204814521
Publish Date: 9/1/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 5L x 0.75T
Pages:  95
Age Range:  NA
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Warm and funny, this humorous quotation collection heeds advice from famous men and women who have taken the plunge into matrimony. Quotes are divided by relationship issue--choosing a perfect mate, popping the question, the big day, the honeymoon, bedroom techniques, money issues, housekeeping, parenting, and fidelity--and offer useful and entertaining guidance for anyone contemplating or experiencing the varying states of marital bliss. This collection also draws from antique marriage manuals, ranging from Saint Augustine's fifth-century "Excellence of Marriage" to Anthony Cotterell's "The Expert Way of Getting Married" (1939), adding historical wit and wisdom to this clever compendium.
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Warm and funny, this humorous quotation collection heeds advice from famous men and women who have taken the plunge into matrimony. Quotes are divided by relationship issue—choosing a perfect mate, popping the question, the big day, the honeymoon, bedroom techniques, money issues, housekeeping, parenting, and fidelity—and offer useful and entertaining guidance for anyone contemplating or experiencing the varying states of marital bliss. This collection also draws from antique marriage manuals, ranging from Saint Augustine’s fifth-century Excellence of Marriage to Anthony Cotterell’s The Expert Way of Getting Married (1939), adding historical wit and wisdom to this clever compendium.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0095
Product attributePublisher:   Chicago Review Press
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