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Revelations of a Wife

Adele Garrison

00:00(1/43) 01 – “I will be happy! I will! I will!”00:00
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1. 01 – “I will be happy! I will! I will!”
2. 02 – The First Quarrel
3. 03 – Known To Fame As Lillian Gale
4. 04 – Divided Opinions
5. 05 – “Always Your Jack”
6. 06 – A Maid And Model
7. 07 – A Friendly Warning
8. 08 – A Disaster Averted
9. 09 – The Girl on the Train
10. 10 – “Grace by name and grace by nature”
11. 11 – “I owe you too much”
12. 12 – Lost and Found
13. 13 – “If you aren’t cross and displeased”
14. 14 – A Quarrel and a Crisis
15. 15 – “But I love you”
16. 16 – Interrupted Sightseeing
17. 17 – A Danger and a Problem
18. 18 – “Call me Mother–if you can”
19. 19 – Lillian Underwood’s Story
20. 20 – Little Miss Sonnot’s Opportunity
21. 21 – Life’s Jog-Trot and a Quarrel
22. 22 – An Amazing Discovery
23. 23 – Bluebeard’s Closet
24. 24 – A Summer of Happiness That Ends in Fear
25. 25 – Playing The Game
26. 26 – A Voice That Carried Far
27. 27 – “How nearly I lost you!”
28. 28 – A Dark Night and a Troubled Dawn
29. 29 – “But you will never know…”
30. 30 – The Weeks That Followed
31. 31 – A Mysterious Stranger
32. 32 – The Dearest Friend I Ever Had
33. 33 – Mother Graham Has Something To Say
34. 34 – A Message From The Past
35. 35 – The Word of Jack
36. 36 – “And yet….”
37. 37 – A Change in Lillian Underwood
38. 38 – “No–nurse–just–Lillian”
39. 39 – Harry Calls To Say Goodbye
40. 40 – Madge Faces The Past And Hears A Door Softly Close
41. 41 – Why Did Dicky Go?
42. 42 – Days That Creep Slowly By
43. 43 – “Take me home”

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Summary

Adele Garrison was the nom de plume of Nana Springer White, an American writer. Her career included time as a schoolteacher in Milwaukee. She later worked as an editor for the Milwaukee Sentinel and then a reporter and writer for the Chicago Examiner and Chicago American.“Revelations of a Wife” ran as a serial story in her daily newspaper column in multiple American newspapers from 1915 until the Depression. It told the story of the marital ups and downs of Margaret “Madge” Graham, an independent-minded former schoolteacher, and her husband Dicky, an artist. At the height of the story’s popularity, it had one million regular readers.

Reviews

Stefani C.

Very funny and memorable!

M

I enjoyed this old fashioned romance