|Publisher:||Longmans, Green and Co.|
|Tags:||comedy, drama, fiction, film adaptation|
Florrie wants Bobby to settle down and resign herself to society's norm, just as she did. Bobby seems less interested in the idea of marriage and more in her career.
She eventually enters into a passionate love affair that blossoms into matrimonial life. But soon, both parties begin to feel trapped by their new duties as husband and wife. This is where the real drama starts. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Anderson, Maxwell
Maxwell Anderson was an American playwright, poet, and journalist. He won a Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1933, for Both Your Houses, and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for both Winterset and High Tor.
Several of his plays were adapted into successful movies, including Anne of a Thousand Days and Key Largo.
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