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Psychologically Speaking

The story happened in an American middle-class family, the Kents. The daughter Eve had decided on an experimental marriage with her boyfriend Stephen, after having a lecture. Mrs. Kent, Bessie, tried to stop the crazy mind. However, her own marriage was challenged by Eve. When the hostess was helpless, a psychologist called Charles Waring, who is a brother of her dead ex-husband, came to visit her. The professor was glad to help her after knowing about her problems. He pretended to take Bessie away in the capacity as her ex-husband in front of Mr. Kent and Eve. At the shock, Mr. Kent expressed his love and was ready to fight for his wife, which moved Bessie deeply. Finally the truth was out, and the story ended satisfactorily.
Xavia111
This is a summary wrriten by a Chinese girl. Would you llike to make any comment on it? Thanks a lot!

If you are interested in Chinese, let's make friends.

Psychologically Speaking

The story happened in an American middle-class family, the Kents. The daughter Eve had decided on an experimental marriage with her boyfriend Stephen, after having a lecture. Mrs. Kent, Bessie, tried to stop the crazy mind. However, her own marriage was challenged by Eve. When the hostess was helpless, a psychologist called Charles Waring, who is a brother of her dead ex-husband, came to visit her. The professor was glad to help her after knowing about her problems. He pretended to take Bessie away in the capacity as her ex-husband in front of Mr. Kent and Eve. At the shock, Mr. Kent expressed his love and was ready to fight for his wife, which moved Bessie deeply. Finally the truth was out, and the story ended satisfactorily.

Hi, Xavia

This is a good start, but here are a few suggestions. If you are writing this for someone who doesn't know the full story, it's important to help the reader know who the characters are. For instance, who is the hostess? (Is it Bessie?) Is Charles Waring the psychologist AND the professor? You might want to simplify (limit) the number of ways you mention the same person.

How did Eve challenge her father and Bessie's marriage, and why was it necessary for Charles to pretend to take Bessie away? What "truth was out" at the end?

Instead of "crazy mind," you might want to say "crazy idea". This is more specific and would be a good way to refer to Bessie's thoughts about the planned experimental marriage.

Regards,

Nef
Thanks a lot!