"Cheerful Weather for the Wedding"
This book may have been a precursor to the popular film "Four Weddings and a Funeral." English Literature can capture wedding stress so well! Here, Julia Strachey (1901-79) writes "about a girl on her wedding morning ...trying to stifle her doubts and dull her knowledge that she is making a frightful mistake...." Strachey was a young member of the Bloomsbury group of British writers and artists. She the neice of author Lytton Strachey.
"It is a book full of the funniness of painful situations, of the sort of humour which enables us to look back with laughter at the things which hurt us most in life."
Paperback. 119 pgs