Anger: A Novel
The marriage of Ned Fraser, a Boston banker, and Anna Lindstrom, a singer on the brink of fame, is a battlefield of opposing temperaments. Emotional and forthright, Anna battles against Ned's crippling reserve. In this new paperback reissue of the clash of two strong personalities, May Sarton explores the different ways that men and women express both anger and love.
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