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Betty L. Alt. Following the Flag: Marriage and the Modern Military. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 138pp.

Christopher Brooke. The Medieval Idea of Marriage. Oxford University Press. 1989. 325pp.

Nancy F. Cott. Public Vows: A History of Marriage and the Nation. Harvard University Press. 2002. 304pp.

Anthony F. D'Elia. The Renaissance of Marriage in Fifteenth-Century Italy. Harvard University Press. 2004. 262pp.

Pierre Darmon. Translated by Paul Keegan. Trial by Impotence: Virility and Marriage in Pre-Revolutionary France. Chatto & Windus. 1985. 234pp.

Georges Duby. Translated by Barbara Bray. The Knight, the Lady and the Priest: The Making of Modern Marriage in Medieval France. University of Chicago Press. 1993. 332pp.

Georges Duby. Translated by Jane Dunnett. Love and Marriage in the Middle Ages. University of Chicago Press. 1994. 231pp.

John R. Gillis. For Better, for Worse: British Marriages, 1600 to the Present. Oxford University Press. 1985. 417pp.

Gavin W. Jones; Kamalini Ramdas. (Un)tying the Knot: Ideal and Reality in Asian Marriage. NUS Press. 2004. 232pp.

Alan Macfarlane. Marriage and Love in England: Modes of Reproduction, 1300-1840. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. 1986. 380pp.

George P. Monger. Marriage Customs of the World: From Henna to Honeymoons. ABC-CLIO. 2004. 327pp.

Joan Perkin. Women and Marriage in Nineteenth-Century England. Routledge. 1989. 342pp.

Sherry Roush; Cristelle L. Baskins (editors). The Medieval Marriage Scene: Prudence, Passion, Policy. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. 2005. 216pp.

Lawrence Stone. Uncertain Unions: Marriage in England, 1660-1753. Oxford University Press. 1992. 281pp.

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