Black Is White by George Barr McCutcheon


The plot is one in which a woman stands almost any form of abuse from a man and finally forgives him at the moment she has opportunity for the revenge she has always sought, such stories being somewhat popular at the time.

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George Barr McCutcheon (1866-1928) is probably best known for his early, Brewster’s Millions, which has been produced multiple times for stage and screen. In Black is White, a man’s jealousy of his wife ruins their marriage. She leaves and changes her name. Years later, they meet and marry again — he doesn’t recognize her and she hopes he’s changed for the better.


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