Men on Divorce: The Other Side of the Story
Penny Kaganoff, Susan Spano
Harcourt Brace & Company, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
In Men on Divorce: The Other Side of the Story, Penny Kaganoff and Susan Spano have collected fifteen original essays from some of our best male writers. From the rituals of Japanese divorce to the cultural logic of infidelity, from a moments glimpse of an ex-wife in a parking lot to a final night of sex after the divorce has been finalized, this collection offers a window into the inner lives of fifteen men agreeing and disagreeing across lines of class, race, and culture. Like the widely acclaimed Women on Divorce: A Bedside Companion, from the same editors, Men on Divorce brings together a rich assortment of powerful voices - articulate, caustic, brutally honest - to begin to describe, from the man's point of view, how marriages end.
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