Men on divorce: the other side of the story
The fifteen original essays in this “rare, unusually focused anthology” (Publishers Weekly)-by writers such as Lawrence Block, Benjamin Cheever, Edward Hoagland, and Walter Kirn - explore divorce and its repercussions from a male perspective.
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