A famous literary wedding is set to take place in Brooklyn.

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Has been placed in the trash can.

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Keith Geeson and Emily Gould, who wed in 2014, are preparing to file for divorce.

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Vanity Fair once characterized the two as victims among their peers.

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Because of a combination of literary accomplishment and self-esteem that makes people envious.

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The reason the couple, who are parents to two children, are leaving it is unclear.

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The tall profiles of Gesson, 47, and Gould, 40, suggested that their marriage was having issues.

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Her domestic life was defined as a "three-ring show of domesticity" by profiler Elizabeth Weil.

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Before "Rising Rafi: The First Five Years," his third book, came out, Gould "battled with creative territoriality and jealousy."

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Gesson founded the publication n+1, is a skilled translator, and works as an assistant professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.

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