Pritchett, V. S.
December 1969
New Yorker;12/27/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 45, p28
The article narrates the story of how the author, as a sea captain, has found his wife in an unlikely place in the seaport. The author has recounted how he had learned to love his wife despite her being the town's "nuisance." Interestingly, it is that character of his wife that he and their children loved most about her. The author has likewise emphasized how his wife had been so proud being the daughter of a Royal Navy captain.


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