A night at a small town English theater reminds Dalrymple of the changing times:
…although only 40 years old it spoke of a way of life as different from ours as that of any Trobriand Islander. For it assumed that marriages were permanent, mothers-in-law were dragons, and extra-marital affairs in hotels were unusual, dangerous and difficult to conduct.
So many of the posts at the Salisbury Review seem truncated. What’s the easiest way to read the whole post?
I was able to highlight the text and drag down to reveal the last paragraph. Here it is: