Why does John Grisham like divorce?
In most of his novels, the protagonist will either be divorced, just about to be divorced,or in a turbulent relationship...What could be the reason?
The break up of a relationship is stressful and traumatic. It jolts people out of their life styles or brings home to them that their life choices have caused the divorce. Many of Grisham's characters are coping or not coping with these problems while the narrative unfolds. It adds depth to their characters and adds depth to the story.
And being a lawyer can be very stressful. Add the stress of being a litigation or criminal lawyer to your domestic life collapsing and the story has even more depth.
by The Donkey8 years ago
Just want to see all the Grisham fans out there. Post your favorite John Grisham novel!
by Elena3 months ago
If a person has divorced 3 times, would you conclude that the person has an underlying problem?
by Marwan Asmar6 years ago
If you are a John Grisham fan, what would you so his best novel so far?
by kirstenblog7 years ago
Marriages hit rough spots, sometimes long ones too. Put two separate individuals in an intimate relationship and arguments/fights are normal, eventually, even if the love is still strong. The frequency of arguments may...
by RealityTalk6 months ago
Why do so many marriages end in divorceI am curious to hear from those who have gone through a divorce themselves. Why did you divorce your spouse? Why did your spouse divorce you? Do you even...
by William Thomas7 years ago
Whose writing do you prefer: Scott Turow or John Grisham? and why?
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