The Image: A Drama in One Act
Samuel French, Inc., 1968 - 30 pages
"In this poignant drama we meet the important women in a man's life: his wife, his daughter and his mother, and witness their reactions as they face a crisis. The man, heretofore an upright citizen, has accepted a political appointment and is now accused of bribery in connection with his high office. The mother has unshakable faith in her son's integrity; the idealistic daughter is outraged by her father's dishonesty; but it is the wife who must bear the brunt of the situation."--From publisher's website.
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