Edith Wharton

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Noun1.Edith Wharton - United States novelist (1862-1937)Edith Wharton - United States novelist (1862-1937)  
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This authoritative text is reprinted from the Library of America edition of Novels by Edith Wharton, and is based on the sixth impression of the first edition, which incorporates the last set of extensive revisions that are obviously authorial.
Charles Scribner's Sons is known for publishing some of the most successful authors of the twentieth century: Ernest Hemingway, Edith Wharton, F.
Dame Hermione Lee, the president of Wolfson College, Oxford, and a Fellow of the British Academy, is the author of nine works of nonfiction, including biographies of Willa Cather, Edith Wharton (Edith Wharton *** July/Aug 2007), and Virginia Woolf.
Other contributors include Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, Sir James Barrie and Edith Wharton.
Women's Issues Book Group Discussing "Summer,'' by Edith Wharton, 7 p.
Harvey Greene, sources and texts of early poems by Edith Wharton, new information on Hemingway's "3 very fine weeks" in Constantinople in 1922, Thomas Wolfe's revisions of From Death to Morning, and Tennessee Williams' unpublished one-act play The Magic Tower.
As one of New York's first residential hotels, past guests have included authors Henry Miller and Edith Wharton and musician Buddy Holly.
In A Backward Glance (1934), Edith Wharton recalled her "charitable work" during the World War I, for which France awarded her the decoration of "Chevalier" of the National Order of Legion of Honor, in 1916, and King Albert of Belgium awarded her the Medal of Queen Elizabeth, two years later (1): "Many women with whom I was in contact during the war had obviously found their vocation in nursing the wounded, or in other philanthropic activities .
com, and features the following authors: James Baldwin, Flannery O'Connor, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Nabokov, Zora Neale Hurston, Kurt Vonnegut, Willa Cather, Edith Wharton, D.
Some 200 years of literary history use the lifelong interest of the contributors to create insights on top literary figures from Samuel Johnson to Jane Austen and Edith Wharton.
Kerfol is a short story, set in France, written by Edith Wharton.
Her contemporary, Edith Wharton, noted that art is on the side of the oppressed.