Geng, Veronica
September 1986
New Yorker;9/29/86, Vol. 62 Issue 32, p36
Presents a letter explaining a wife's reasons for leaving her husband. Reassurance that the problem was not caused by the man; Discussion of why she thought the separation is a more appealing option.


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