Writing in The New York Times, Jennifer Szalai writes: Spending time with Chua and Rubenfeld, I was periodically reminded of something Stanley Cavell once wrote — that the defining moment in a screwball comedy comes when the oddly matched pair find themselves in a “mythical place” called Connecticut

Stanley Cavell

Stanley Cavell

Stanley Cavell, the U.S. philosopher who is  a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, has been cited in “Confessions of a Tiger Couple”:

Spending time with Chua and Rubenfeld, I was periodically reminded of something Stanley Cavell once wrote — that the defining moment in a screwball comedy comes when the oddly matched pair find themselves in a “mythical place” called Connecticut.

Amy Chua and her husband, Jed Rubenfeld, captured from two different cameras at the same moment/Barvara Probst for The New York Times

Amy Chua and her husband, Jed Rubenfeld, captured from two different cameras at the same moment/Barvara Probst for The New York Times

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