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Farblundget: The novel and the play (books): A woman without a man can go to bed knowing she'll still be alive in the morning.

 

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https://www.amazon.com/Farblundget-woman-without-knowing-morning-ebook/dp/B01H6C8KGA/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1466277529&sr=1-1&keywords=anne+hart

 

Farblundget: The Novel: A woman without a man can go to bed knowing she'll still be alive in the morning. Kindle Edition

 

Farblundget. (Bewildered)

 

A woman without a man can go to bed knowing she'll still be alive in the morning. A wife isn’t supposed to complain about her cold-fish husband according to etiquette.

As with the protagonist's mother and some women generations before her, she's a low self-esteem, low confidence wife who assumes that she can’t take care of herself, married to a man who can’t take care of his wife.

 

He’s a commanding, bullying, whining and volcanic with low serotonin levels, high narcissism and worry about self image, and she's financially dependent upon him in her old age and nearly penniless compared to most other women with graduate school liberal arts educations.

 

She's shy, frightened, old, and spent, but she likes the free rent, the backyard, and her doggies who do show her affection by wagging their tails when she gives them their food and gentle touches. She isn't planning to budge unless she's thrown to the curb. Then she will be a homeless old woman, she decides, with on and off agoraphobia and panic disorder.

 

Her husbands became abusive dads to her, just like her own dad, acted with his wife, her mother. Since her present husband abuses her less than the first husband did, she'll stay as long as there’s money to pay the taxes on the house and keep food in the fridge.

 

She loves reading romance and writing romance novels. How do you write about a world of romance, of push and pull, and happily ever after when romance just isn't in the home, not in the way she writes about it with flowers and travel, honeymoons and weddings, both of which she's never had, at least not without being gaslighted, abused, wracked, cracked, fracked, drilled and financially milled while writing of love everlasting.

 

'Farblundget' also means confused, sometimes by unpredictability and/ or too many surprises.

 

This novel is about the fictional experiences of a wife in a multicultural, interfaith marriage and her childhood and coming-of-age era in which she grew up. She has to either transcend her past choices and move on or try to preserve her serenity by trying to slow down the changes that come with different stages of life and marriage.

 

Here's the informational link to the novel:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Farblundget-woman-without-knowing-morning-ebook/dp/B01H6C8KGA/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1466277529&sr=1-1&keywords=anne+hart

 

Below is the link to the Kindle E-book Play or Script based on the novel:

 

Farblundget: The Play or Film Script: A woman without a man can go to bed knowing she'll still be alive in the morning. Kindle Edition. Based on the Novel: Farblundget.

 

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The Play or Script informational link

https://www.amazon.com/Farblundget-Script-without-knowing-morning-ebook/dp/B01H65BE06/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1466275711&sr=1-2&keywords=farblundget%2C+anne+hart

 

 

 


This play is about the fictional experiences of a wife in a multicultural, interfaith marriage and the childhood and coming-of-age she grew up with that leads up to her choices and outcomes in marriage.

 

'Farblundget' means bewildered, confused by too much unpredictability or too many surprises.

 

A woman without a man can go to bed knowing she'll still be alive in the morning. A wife isn’t supposed to complain about her cold-fish husband according to etiquette.

 

As with the protagonist's mother and some women generations before her, she's a low self-esteem, low confidence wife who assumes that she can’t take care of herself, married to a man who can’t take care of his wife.

 

He’s a commanding, bullying, whining and volcanic with low serotonin levels, high narcissism and worry about self image, and she's financially dependent upon him in her old age and nearly penniless compared to most other women with graduate school liberal arts educations.

 

She's shy, frightened, old, and spent, but she likes the free rent, the backyard, and her doggies who do show her affection by wagging their tails when she gives them their food and gentle touches. She isn't planning to budge unless she's thrown to the curb. Then she will be a homeless old woman, she decides, with on and off agoraphobia and panic disorder.

 

Her husbands became abusive dads to her, just like her own dad, acted with his wife, her mother. Since her present husband abuses her less than the first husband did, she'll stay as long as there’s money to pay the taxes on the house and keep food in the fridge.

She loves reading romance and writing romance novels. How do you write about a world of romance, of push and pull, and happily ever after when romance just isn't in the home, not in the way she writes about it with flowers and travel, honeymoons and weddings, both of which she's never had, at least not without being gaslighted, abused, wracked, cracked, fracked, drilled and financially milled while writing of love everlasting.

 

'Farblundget' also means confused, sometimes by unpredictability and/ or too many surprises.

 

This novel and the play based on the novel, is about the fictional experiences of a wife in a multicultural, interfaith marriage and her childhood and coming-of-age era in which she grew up. She has to either transcend her past choices and move on or try to preserve her serenity by trying to slow down the changes that come with different stages of life and marriage.

This play, based on my novel, is about the fictional experiences of a wife in a multicultural, interfaith marriage. The chapters, like stages of life, reveal the childhood and coming-of-age events that she grew up with that leads up to her choices and outcomes in marriage.

 

The Play or Script informational link:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Farblundget-Script-without-knowing-morning-ebook/dp/B01H65BE06/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1466275711&sr=1-2&keywords=farblundget%2C+anne+hart