[Reading] ➷ Polygamy Was Better Than Monotony to My Grandfathers and Their Plural Wives By Paul Dayton Bailey – Dcrjservices.co.uk

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  1. says:

    In writing Polygamy Was Better than Monotony, Paul Dayton Bailey presents a delightful remembrance of living on the ragged edge of polygamous Utah but also presents a conundrum as he condemns the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints for being vital, pugnacious, earth shaking, and a unique breed and at the same time condemning the church and its members for being too strait laced and too inflexible to those who don t toe the line Still, it s refreshing to read a book written by a lapsed Mormon that avoids the two clich ridden pitfalls that typically strike at those attempting to write about the faith The strait laced Molly Mormon approach that, as he points out, avoids the controversy and only writes that which is edifying and the hey I used to be a Mormon and boy am I ever glad to have escaped that horrible, mind bending cult approach that shows venom than is absolutely necessary Also refreshing is that bailey has the truth in him enough to blame his and his family s foibles on their own behavior than on the church a favorite f...


  2. says:

    In fairness, I have to say that I have a chip on my shoulder in regards to Paul Bailey About 15 years ago, I read his book For Time and All Eternity and I got so mad at the story line, I wanted to hit the man Like, with my car Although that story was a novel, I am sure much of it was based on his grandparents experiences My emotions had a hard time separating fact from fiction and I ve never forgotten the feelings the story evoked as I was very indignant of Nancy s trials, choices, and abuses I only read this book at my mom s encouragement She said I would be understanding of Bailey after reading this and judge him less harshly If anything, Polygamy is better than only reinforced my ideas of the unfairness of polygamy as Bailey recounts his grandmother telling him stories of her life that almost mimic the storyline of For Time and All Eternity completely This book as a tribute to his grandparents is nice Although with plenty of faults, Bailey emphasizes the sacrifices and good they did and lives well lived true to their personal beliefs and with integrity I found Polygamy is Better Than Monotony really a book about Paul Bailey and his life The stories of his youth were interesting The family dynamics shaped much of what happened in his life The complaints of his life as an adult, the struggles he had making a living, getting books published etc was of little ...


  3. says:

    Not only was this just incredibly well written it was an honest and intelligent account of Mormons and polygamy Definitely worth five stars.