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The Age of Innocence - Edith Wharton
The Age of Innocence
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 086068069x
Publisher: Virago Modern Classics
Pages no: 303
Edition language: English
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Char's Horror Corner
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4.0 The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, narrated by Elizabeth Klett
I loved the story, but I didn't care for the narrator very much. I can't add to the reams that have already been written about this novel. I adore Edith Wharton, at least-what I've read so far, and I admire her powers of observation and her wit. I wouldn't have lasted five minutes in what passed f...
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3.0 A Tragic Love Story
I knew this book was a classic, but not that it was a romance. I went in not knowing what to expect and came out liking the book in general; however, it was difficult for me at times. First, I had no idea how snooty and shallow New York society was at the turn of the 20th century. I can understand...
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4.0 The Age of Innocence (Classic)
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4.5 The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton
The Age of Innocence is the third book in Wharton's loosely-linked cycle focused on upper class New York of the 1870's (the other two books are The House of Mirth, published in 1905, and The Custom of the Country, published in 1913). She's writing from a distance, looking backward between 30 and 50 ...
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3.5 The Age of Innocence; the Age of Temptation
Newland Archer was a quiet and self-controlled young man. Conformity to the discipline of a small society had become almost his second nature. Until the arrival of Countess Olenska. The novel takes place in the late nineteenth century where the American gilded age was developing in the New York...
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