A man who never came home from the Civil War and was declared legally dead suddenly shows up back in town. He finds that his wife has remarried and is in possession of everything he owns. ... See full summary »

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A man who never came home from the Civil War and was declared legally dead suddenly shows up back in town. He finds that his wife has remarried and is in possession of everything he owns. He hires Clay to locate a particular legal document that will restore to him both his possessions and his wife. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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25 April 1959 (USA)  »

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Clint Frome: I'd like to wash off some of Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas before I go home.
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A Woman's Perspective
10 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clint Frome loved his wife. They made promises to each other before he went to war. Then he got shot up, lost his memory, and finally returned home. He couldn't wait to see his wife and be reunited with her! What a reunion it would be!

But he'd been gone for years and his wife had been told he was dead. She grieved for awhile then moved on. Clint had nothing. The only thing he had to hang on to was revenge.

There were a couple issues with this. First of all, if Clint wasn't dead then half of his wife's things were his, right? The will was null and void because he was still alive...

Second, there's no mention of the morality of Clint's wife and her "husband" not being legally married. If Clint was still alive then he and Lydia would still be married, which means that morally speaking Garnie and Lydia could not live as man and wife. Yet this issue was overlooked - perhaps because of the sensitive matter...


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