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Joanna's Husband and David's Wife (udgave 1987)

af Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey (Forfatter)

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After twenty-five years of marriage David thought he knew Joanna. But when he finds the journals she has kept throughout their marriage, everything he ever held true is up for grabs.
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Titel:Joanna's Husband and David's Wife
Forfattere:Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey (Forfatter)
Info:Dell (1987), Edition: Reissue, 400 pages
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The story of a marriage told in an interesting way. Starting in 1959, Joanna keeps a diary of her marriage thoughts, and now - 24 years later, she's left the diaries for her daughter Julia to read. But before that happens, David, her husband reads the entries and adds his own perspective on what happened and what he thought to most of them. So you get the story of the marriage from two different perspectives. I wonder what is more real? Writing about the marriage as it happens, or looking back on it 24 years later and trying to make sense of it? ( )
  nancynova | Feb 4, 2015 |
One of the things I liked about this book was the journal format. Joanna left David and left her journal behind. He reads it in an effort to understand what is happening and decides to make his own comments on her take on events. I don't agree with reading anyone's journal regardless of circumstances, but it makes for good reading. ( )
  jlapac | Aug 14, 2013 |
Would not recommend at all ( )
  tctwhite | Aug 20, 2007 |
Two views of a troubled marriage--the wife's diary and the husband's comments on its entries. A unique way of presenting a fascinating story. Married twenty-five years and clueless, the husband finds the diary when his wife leaves him.
To be honest as I read it, I wondered how my own husband would respond to MY version of our lives. It was a fascinating read.
  jeaneva | Feb 22, 2007 |
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After twenty-five years of marriage David thought he knew Joanna. But when he finds the journals she has kept throughout their marriage, everything he ever held true is up for grabs.

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