She Was Happy Till She Met You
DESCRIPTION: A young wife leaves her abusive husband and goes home to her mother. Eventually he shows up at the mother's door, asking her forgiveness. The mother sends him away, saying, "She was happy till she met you, and the fault is all your own...."
AUTHOR: Charles Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld
EARLIEST DATE: 1899 (copyright)
KEYWORDS: separation abuse abandonment husband wife
FOUND IN: US(So)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Randolph 827, "She Was Happy Till She Met You" (2 texts)
BrownII 164, "She Was Happy till She Met You" (1 text)
NOTES [16 words]: For background on Monroe H. Rosenfeld, see the notes to "Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out!"
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