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Marrying Hungary by Linda Leith

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Marrying Hungary is the moving story of the daughter of Irish Communist parents who, after a peripatetic childhood, falls in love and marries a Hungarian refugee. It is a glimpse into a life spent among foreigners, a tale of identity and eventual independence. And it reveals what few memoirs reveal: what brings a couple together, what marriage means to an ambitious and accomplished woman, and why sometimes even a good marriage eventually fails.

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English

Non-Fiction

memoir

2008

978-1897109-29-8

Signature Editions

Winnipeg

2008

270

softcover