Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person
A collection of essays extended from The New York Times' most-read article of 2016 by .
Anyone we might marry could, of course, be a little bit wrong for us. This collection of essays proposes that we don't need perfection to be happy. So long as we enter our relationships in the right spirit, we have every chance of coping well enough with, and even delighting in, the inevitable and distinctive wrongness that lies in ourselves and our beloveds.
- Hardback book
- 71 pages
- 187 x 115 mm
- colour photographs