Age of Innocence

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INDY PUB, 2001 - Fiction - 292 pages
Welcome to the Golden Age of 1870s New York, where the upper crust fits into the mold or is ostracized for nonconformity. In spite of his intentions to marry the socially suitable May, Weland Archer wishes to be unconventional. He meets and befriends May's cousin, the exotic Countess Olenska, who has fled a cheating husband and is socially bereft. Evenutally, friendship turns to love between Olenska and Weland, despite his marriage to May.

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