Some articles on happy family, family:
... on contemporary magazine subjects (the "happy family," the "ideal husband") to reveal, inter alia, what a real happy family looks like ... dealing with the quotidien errands, the crying of children, family chatter ... character in the story is writing a magazine article about a "happy family" "The family naturally consists of a husband and wife - the master and mistress - who married ...
... Originally a stage play entitled "The Happy Family", by Maise Mosco, a successful novelist, the original script has been lost and the play was immediately adapted into a film ... was unsure what kind of script to write until he saw a production of the short-lived play Happy Family by Maisie Mosco, about a woman who leads her children, maid ... in the film, beyond the principal characters' names and the concept of a family bringing home people to join their role-playing game (notably, Sonny dies ...
Famous quotes containing the words family and/or happy:
“In former times and in less complex societies, children could find their way into the adult world by watching workers and perhaps giving them a hand; by lingering at the general store long enough to chat with, and overhear conversations of, adults...; by sharing and participating in the tasks of family and community that were necessary to survival. They were in, and of, the adult world while yet sensing themselves apart as children.”
—Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century)
“Deafness produces bizarre effects, reversing the natural order of things; the interchange of letters is the conversation of the deaf, and the only link with society. I would be in despair, for instance, over seeing you speak, but, instead, I am only too happy to hear you write.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)