Alice, disappointed with men and searching for answers, meets Eric and embarks on a love affair. Her predicaments as she falls in and out of love give rise to a host of difficult questions. By the author of "Essays in Love".
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""The Romantic Movement "sheds light on the nature of relationships . . . The method of telling much and showing little produces a good deal of wit, cogency, and humor."--John Updike, "The New Yorker" "A reader gets whiffs of Donald Barthelme, Julian Barnes, Woody Allen, the films of Eric Rohmer . . . Mr. de Botton borrows exuberantly, and well, from his forebears . . . therein lies the buoyant charm of the approach."--Lisa Zeidner, "The New York Times Book Review"
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Book Description Macmillan, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0333617339