Life Doesn't Begin At Forty

Keffauver, John
August 1980
National Review;8/22/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p1026
The article relates the story of Tillie Gort and her experience being a forty year old married woman. She heard from experts that a housewife having an affair will enhance a dull marriage. However, experts also said that husbands over forty should not have an affair because it will result to a heart attack. She decided to have an affair with her husband's best friend Bull Durango. In the end, both Durango and her husband died of heart attack.


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