Bright, slight comedy, good for rentals -- feathery farce in the story of George who finds he's had about enough of his...

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THE BRIDE SAW RED

Bright, slight comedy, good for rentals -- feathery farce in the story of George who finds he's had about enough of his purse-and-apron stringing Mother, and decides to get back at her by way of Marthe, posing as a refugee. But he gets his back with interest, for Marthe, once married to him, refuses to make his Mother pay, and in forcing him into his first job, makes a man of him.

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Publisher: Putnam

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1942