The Truth (play)

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The Truth is a play in four acts by Clyde Fitch, first performed in 1906 (some sources say 1907).


Becky Warder is a 1903 society matron who suspects her husband, Tom, of having an affair. She hires a private detective to follow him around. The situation is complicated by Becky's view of reality, that she can lie whenever and however she wants.

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