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Product Description: Born in New York into a world of wealth and privilege, and writing with unique insight into the lives of the rich and fashionable, Edith Wharton was a best-seller in her time, and is now, again, one of the most widely read American authors...read more

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9780521867658 | 1 edition (Cambridge Univ Pr, April 27, 2009), cover price $84.99 | About this edition: Born in New York into a world of wealth and privilege, and writing with unique insight into the lives of the rich and fashionable, Edith Wharton was a best-seller in her time, and is now, again, one of the most widely read American authors.

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9780521687195 | 1 edition (Cambridge Univ Pr, April 27, 2009), cover price $25.99 | About this edition: Born in New York into a world of wealth and privilege, and writing with unique insight into the lives of the rich and fashionable, Edith Wharton was a best-seller in her time, and is now, again, one of the most widely read American authors.

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Product Description: Kate Chopin was one of the most individual and adventurous of nineteenth-century American writers, whose fiction explored new and often startling territory. When her most famous story, The Awakening, was first published in 1899, it stunned readers with its frank portrayal of the inner word of Edna Pontellier, and its daring criticisms of the limits of marriage and motherhood...read more
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9780199536948 | Oxford Univ Pr, October 15, 2008, cover price $7.95 | About this edition: Kate Chopin was one of the most individual and adventurous of nineteenth-century American writers, whose fiction explored new and often startling territory.

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Edith Wharton's 'The House of Mirth' (1905) is a satirical, and also an analysis of a young, single woman trying to find her place in a materialistic and unforgiving society. Part of the 'Routledge Guides to Literature' series, this volume is a guide to the novel, and also a way through the critical material that surrounds Wharton's text.

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9780415350105 | 1 edition (Routledge, September 13, 2007), cover price $29.95 | About this edition: Edith Wharton's 'The House of Mirth' (1905) is a satirical, and also an analysis of a young, single woman trying to find her place in a materialistic and unforgiving society.

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