[The House of Mirth] Read ¿ Edith Wharton


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  • The House of Mirth
  • Edith Wharton
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  • 27 September 2018
  • 9781844082933

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    [The House of Mirth] Read ¿ Edith Wharton On occasions like this I rue the absence of a 'tragedy' shelf or some variation of the same because mere 'melancholia' seems too modest too euivocal a word to convey the kind of heartbreak Lily Bart's story inflicted on meIt is perhaps apposite that I came to this with my mind still fresh from Anita Desai's stirring homage to a resolutely single unsung fictional heroine who holds together a disintegrating fa

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    [The House of Mirth] Read ¿ Edith Wharton Edith Wharton ´ 9 read & download What a piece of artIs our Lily BartSurrounded by men who don’t need much urgin’Yet Lily is a 29 year old virginShe’s a part of a truly disgusting society – the filthy rich of New York 1905 all they do is party till five in the

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    free download The House of Mirth [The House of Mirth] Read ¿ Edith Wharton Edith Wharton ´ 9 read & download Edith Wharton sets the New York social stage of the early twentieth century for a succession of short scenes that glitter with glossy superficiality Lightning backdrops and lush costumes are put on display to create a natural effect in this tableaux vivant of a novel where Lily Bart stands out as the most stunning living painting ever She is the leading actress of this theatrical narrative a delicate flower

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    [The House of Mirth] Read ¿ Edith Wharton I have read almost all of Edith Wharton's writing I have the highest regard for her work She was overshadowed by Fitzgerald and Hemingway in her day but even so she won the Pulitzer prize in 1921 for her novel The Age of Innocence The House of Mirth was one of her early novels and my favorite although I like all of her novelsLily B

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