The author ponders the dissolution of his own marriage, and others.
An informational interview during which the author is advised, “Find a rich husband, and then you can work at whatever you like on the side, and it doesn’t matter, because you already have money.”
“When I was fourteen, I had a relationship with my eighth grade history teacher. People called me a victim. They called him a villain. But it’s more complicated than that.”
How our memories become contaminated by inaccuracies.
A profile of Elizabeth Gilbert, whose bestselling memoir may have sunk her literary career.