Seven Wives and Seven Prisons; Or, Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac

L. A. ABBOTT (1813 - ?)

This work the author claims is indeed a true story of how he happened to be married seven times to seven different women and the rollicking, hilarious events that led (or stumbled) to the marriages and the ah--disassembling/failing/failures of each said marriage which happened oftentimes to land him in prison. The summarist finds the work a very tongue-in-cheek diatribe/lament/account of his obsessive zeal in 'marrying the right one', but is also the mirthful chronicle of said author's very unconventional adventures. (Summary by Kehinde)

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

Language: English

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