Governor Sanford's Fictional Counterpart
Ever since the news broke of Mark Sanford's Argentine adventure, I've had a funny feeling that I've read about similar breakdowns. I'm not talking about the real ones of Ensign or Craig or Foley or Spitzer or Blago, ad infinitum, but fictional ones. But I've been afflicted with the same aggravating brain freeze I get whenever someone asks me to recommend a book (book? I know nothing about books!). So readers, I turn to you. Does Sanford have a fictional counterpart? Have you read about an upright character who abdicates all responsibility for his (or her) mistress and then returns to face the music?
Just thought of one...Anna Karenina. Others?
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