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Breakup : enduring divorce

Author: Leo Averbach
Publisher: London : Lexicon, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book chronicles Averbach's struggle to cope with his wife's betrayal and its implications for their family. His first-person narrative, which is confessional and deeply reflective, reveals everything in describing the acrimony and emotions as the marriage falls apart.But what begins as a tale of anguish and despair becomes a story of transformation and regeneration, leading averbach to a new life. Breakup is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Leo Averbach
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Averbach
ISBN: 9780983182009 0983182000
OCLC Number: 720547283
Description: 1 volume ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Leo Averbach.

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"This book chronicles Averbach's struggle to cope with his wife's betrayal and its implications for their family. His first-person narrative, which is confessional and deeply reflective, reveals everything in describing the acrimony and emotions as the marriage falls apart.But what begins as a tale of anguish and despair becomes a story of transformation and regeneration, leading averbach to a new life. Breakup is an unusual divorce memoir. Divorce is breakup's prime concern but what elevates this from a personal account of a common occurrence into a story with wider significance is the upheaval surrounding the breakup. The tragedy of marital disintegration triggers Averbach's soul-searching, forcing him into a process of change, and driving him to seek a resolution. As a series of entries taken directly from the author's diary.."-- Back cover.

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