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Untying the Knot: A Short History of Divorce
This writer's young wife went to visit her parents and stayed for three years, contributing perhaps to his writing four tracts on divorce. The writer felt that the wife's duty in marriage was, more than sex and procreation, to comfort the husband and provide a bulwark against the evils of a solitary life; if she would not do this, divorce should be permitted.
Choose the correct answer:George Bernard Shaw John Milton William Shakespeare Denis Diderot
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