By May Sarton
"May Sarton's provocative novel is set a spouse who has outgrown her husband, and after twenty-seven years of marriage comes to a decision that she has had adequate. . . . she is altogether believable." ―The Atlantic
Reed and Poppy Whitelaw's traditional and it seems that serene existence jointly is shattered whilst Poppy tells Reed that she has determined to go away him. In a chain of encounters that persist with the surprise of this information, which impacts not just Reed but additionally their kids and friends―in specific Philip, who needs to study why he's so invested of their marriage―Reed and Poppy fight to make experience in their lives during this alien new terrain.