The Amateur Marriage

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Ballantine Books, 2004 - Baltimore (Md.) - 342 pages
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Baltimore ægteparret Pauline og Michael, som forhastet giftede sig under 2. verdenskrig, tvinges til at komme overens for at passe deres barnebarn, som bliver forsømt af sin teenagemor

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Interesting premise. - Goodreads
Very unsatisfying ending. - Goodreads
Good writing, believeable characters, real life. - Goodreads
It was hard to read about their contentious marriage. - Goodreads
great characterization; a good, quick read! - Goodreads
Full of unique insight into the human psyche. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Teresa - Goodreads

Started this on a wet Sunday and found it hard to put down. Not a huge plot or complex narrative but the story of a marriage, a family and a life. Vividly written and explored the expectations of couples starting out. A good read. Read full review

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User Review  - Liza Perrat - Goodreads

One of my favourite authors, Anne Tyler has taken an ordinary couple––Pauline and Michael––and placed them in an ordinary situation. She does this with all her characters, in all her books, and as ... Read full review

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