Originally Posted by Bill Hahn
I find this interesting only that the word "Era" usually refers to a period of time of commonality that was (it's usually used in a past tense) experienced by a society - we don't usually use the word to refer to an individual's time experience.
Originally Posted by Stargazer
So, if Lange was using it to define this woman's "era of married life" I think the title is, shall we say, somewhat misleading.
Then again, maybe that's my NY Times crossword puzzle pickiness coming out. But in the late 1930's I don't think people had personal "eras".