The Third Degree (A Narrative of Metropolitan Life) by Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow.
The son of an aristocratic New York family marries a woman socially beneath him, but of strong, womanly qualities that, later on, save the man from the tragic consequences of a dissipated life.
The wife believes in his innocence and her wit and good sense help her to win against the tremendous odds imposed by law.
The play was the basis for the 1919 silent film of the same name starring Alice Joyce and the 1926 silent film starring Dolores Costello and Louise Dresser.
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