The Age of Innocence
D. Appleton, 1920 - 364 pages
Complementing the complete text of Wharton's landmark novel, this extensive volume also includes a wealth of contextual material. "Background Readings" explores the culture of 1870s New York, as depicted in the novel, as well as views on marriage and divorce at that time. In "Other Writings by Edith Wharton," the author discusses fiction writing, old New York, women, and her winning of the Pulitzer Prize. The "Critical Readings" section features essays on the novel from a wide variety of perspectives.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - librisissimo - LibraryThing
Substance: Slow-moving train-wreck for fickle fiancÚ. Style: Lush and lovely to look at, but slow (probably stays too close to the novel, which I have not read). Read full review
the age of innocenceUser Review - Overstock.com
excellent price for a classic prize winning novel. Read full review