How we cite our quotes:
Well, of course, it’s none of my business – but I think if a person starts out to be a teacher, she ought to stay one. (I.66)
The town’s schoolteacher quits after she gets married.
Nature’s been pushing and contriving in other ways, too: a number of young people fell in love and got married. (II.9)
Love and marriage are natural parts of life.
Almost everybody in the world gets married, - you know what I mean? In our town there aren’t hardly any exceptions. Most everybody in the world climbs into their graves married. (II.11)
People in Grover’s Corners stay married until the day they die.