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  • ISBN13:9781582434810
  • ISBN10:1582434816
  • Publisher:Counterpoint LLC
  • Language:English
  • Author:Sylvia Brownrigg
  • Binding:Paperback
  • SUPC: SDL141031369

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"Morality Tale" is a novel about the triangular complications of a modern marriage and the comedy that flows from them. When the elusive but exciting Richard (an envelope salesman with a nice layperson's line in Zen philosophies) meets this novel's narrator, he offers her a friendly escape from her own daunting domestic life.
Burdened by her husband's ongoing negotiations with his angry ex-wife, the strains of looking after two stepchildren, and the lingering ghost of her own past betrayals, she finds that the life of a "second marryer" leaves much to be desired.
As her friendship develops with Richard, so grows the shadow cast over her marriage by his presence, and when they make a late, illicit bay crossing together on a ferryboat, the story gathers momentum under California's Mount Tamalpais. There, in the fabled Golden State, Sylvia Brownrigg shows how even a layperson's Zen can lead to some important revelations about the need to look forward, not back.
Told with unwavering honesty and wit, "Morality Tale" explores what it means to be married a second time around--and the crucial universal truth that change is often the key to staying together.

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"Morality Tale" is a novel about the triangular complications of a modern marriage and the comedy that flows from them. When the elusive but exciting Richard (an envelope salesman with a nice layperson s line in Zen philosophies) meets this novel s narrator, he offers her a friendly escape from her own daunting domestic life.
Burdened by her husband s ongoing negotiations with his angry ex-wife, the strains of looking after two stepchildren, and the lingering ghost of her own past betrayals, she finds that the life of a second marryer leaves much to be desired.
As her friendship develops with Richard, so grows the shadow cast over her marriage by his presence, and when they make a late, illicit bay crossing together on a ferryboat, the story gathers momentum under California s Mount Tamalpais. There, in the fabled Golden State, Sylvia Brownrigg shows how even a layperson s Zen can lead to some important revelations about the need to look forward, not back.
Told with unwavering honesty and wit, "Morality Tale" explores what it means to be married a second time aroundand the crucial universal truth that change is often the key to staying together."

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1. "Refreshingly honest, winsomely self-deprecating, Brownrigg's glib yet contrite heroine evinces both a saucy innocence and tortured anguish."

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