dreaming of the perfect pre-nup
By Diogenes (articles) | Nov 11, 2003
Caitlin Flanagan offers some observations on weddings, and near-weddings, in The Atlantic.
Whereas a wedding once provided young people with a moment of transformation so powerful that even a modestly funded event was a momentous one, nowadays -- with marriage an iffy bet and with most betrothed couples having already helped themselves to all the liberties of adulthood -- the only way to underline the moment is to put on an elaborate and costly show.
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