Elizabeth Wurtzel in The Telegraph.

Books An interview:
It’s funny, I tell her, to hear the one time emblem of disaffected youth sounding quite so, well, optimistic. “Of course marriage is optimistic,” she shrugs, “because it’s the beginning of something. And maybe getting married for the first time at 47 is my real mistake – maybe I should be on my third or fourth marriage. But really what I can’t believe is that people get married before they’re 47. My husband is 35 and I can’t understand why he’s giving up on being single at such a young age. Single people have more fun, after all. They’re out all the time at bars and museums – they’re doing so much because they’re looking for love.”

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