In the age of #MeToo and a radical re-envisioning of cultural attitudes, Nancy McCabe sets out to re-examine and gain new
understanding of her ill-advised marriage through the lens of multiple metaphors, images, and forms. Borrowing from Bosch's
Garden of Earthly Delights and Kafka's 'Metamorphosis,' how-to essays and before-and-after weight loss ads, a curriculum guide,
Bible study notes, an obsession with Tom Swiftie jokes, and women's magazine columns and quizzes that oversimplified women's
lives and choices, McCabe examines the many influences that led to her youthful marriage - and out of it, into finally taking
control of her life.