Why is the story called ''Happy Endings''?

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Margaret Atwood's story "Happy Endings " is titled as such to make an ironic statement on the nature of conventional marriage.  In the story, John and Mary get married, and after the initial introduction, there are several choices of how their marriage may have turned out...

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