Americans Talk About Love

Book - 2010
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From the wards of New Orleans to the cornfields of Iowa to the slopes of Colorado, from the raves of Los Angeles to the hollows of Appalachia and the canyons of Wall Street, Americans talk about love. Tortured teenagers, free-spirited octogenarians, anxious Navy wives, blue-blooded bohemians, horny-but-chaste pastors, and multiply-partnered cosmopolitans tell extraordinary tales of broken hearts; sexual infidelities; improbable reconciliations; hidden, forbidden, preposterous love; and endurance against all odds. These are America's real love stories--wise and foolish, comic and tragic, full of surprises and straight from the heart.

Publisher: New York :, Faber and Faber,, 2010.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780865479296
Branch Call Number: 305.3 US
Characteristics: xxi, 424 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Bowe, John
Bowe, Marisa
Nolan, Clancy


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