Anne Taylor Fleming tells two different stories dealing with relationship between husband and wife. The first novella, "A Married Woman," features Caroline. She's a devoted wife and mother sitting by her husband's hospital bed day after day where he lays in a coma
Anne Taylor Fleming tells two different stories dealing with relationship between husband and wife. She's a devoted wife and mother sitting by her husband's hospital bed day after day where he lays in a coma. She is forced to remember how wonderful their marriage started out and how in love they were. But she's also forced to take good, hard look at what their relationship developed into and must deal with the emotional turmoil that his infidelities with a younger woman left her with.
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this duet is worth contemplating. this duet is worth contemplating. Philadelphia Inquirer) In the first novella, A Married Woman, Caroline Betts keeps a careful vigil over her husband's deathbed. For 40 years, she had been a devoted wife. But during one awful moment in their otherwise good marriage, her husband William was in love with someone else.
MARRIAGE: A DUET is her first work of fiction. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, journalist Karl Fleming. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Anne Taylor Fleming’s witty and captivating portrait of spouses in crisis challenges the ways we look at marriage today. Question about the book Ask. Tell a friend Recommend book. 39,00 zł.
Her previous non-fiction book, Motherhood Deferred: A Woman’s Journey, is a passionate exploration of the choices made by women of her baby boom generation. For her TV essays Fleming received a 2006 Gracie Allen award given by the American Women in Radio and Television. Marriage: A Duet is a pair of novellas about infidelity, bringing into sharp focus the complications and consequences created by spouses who-despite their genuine bonds of love-are unfaithful.
Marriage: A Duet by Anne Taylor Fleming. Good times, bad times, rays of hope, facets of love in a marriage are all vividly portrayed by author Anne Taylor Fleming in both novellas. Fleming develops characters who have depth and in doing so clearly portrays the pain, anguish, truth, and compassion that can accompany marital infidelity.
Ann Geraldine Mary Fleming (née Charteris, 19 June 1913 – 12 July 1981), previously known as Lady O'Neill and Viscountess Rothermere, was a British socialite. She married firstly Lord O'Neill, secondly Lord Rothermere, and finally the writer Ian Fleming. She also had affairs with the Labour Party politicians Roy Jenkins and Hugh Gaitskell. Fleming was born to Frances Lucy Tennant (1887–1925) and Captain Guy Lawrence Charteris (1886–1967) in Westminster, London on 19 June 1913.