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  2. Edith Wharton - Wikipedia

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    Edith Wharton. Edith Wharton ( / ˈhwɔːrtən /; born Edith Newbold Jones; January 24, 1862 – August 11, 1937) was an American writer and designer. Wharton drew upon her insider's knowledge of the upper-class New York "aristocracy" to portray realistically the lives and morals of the Gilded Age.

  3. Edith Wharton | Biography, Books, Short Stories, & Facts

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    Edith Wharton, née Edith Newbold Jones, (born January 24, 1862, New York, New York, U.S.—died August 11, 1937, Saint-Brice-sous-Forêt, near Paris, France), American author best known for her stories and novels about the upper-class society into which she was born.

  4. Edith Wharton - The Mount | Edith Wharton's Home

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    The Mount is the home of Edith Wharton in Lenox, MA - the Berkshires. Historic Tours, Weddings, Music, Events, Outdoor Sculpture, Cafe. Close to Tanglewood, Shakespeare & Co., Red Lion Inn.

  5. 10 Facts About Edith Wharton | Mental Floss

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    By Lucas Aykroyd | Jan 26, 2021 Edith Wharton in Newport, Rhode Island circa 1907. / Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University // Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons In 1921, Edith...

  6. Biography of Edith Wharton, American Novelist - ThoughtCo

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    Edith Wharton (January 24, 1862 – August 11, 1937) was an American writer. A daughter of the Gilded Age, she criticized the rigid societal constraints and thinly veiled immoralities of her society.

  7. Life Story: Edith Wharton - Women & the American Story

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    It leads to trouble between the two soon-to-be spouses. Archer is intrigued by Ellen yet bound by duty to marry May. Edith won the Pulitzer Prize for the novel in 1921. She was the first woman ever to win this award. Edith Wharton died on August 11, 1937, at her home in France.

  8. Edith Wharton Biography, Works, and Quotes | SparkNotes

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    In 1937, after nearly half a century of devotion to the art of fiction, Edith Wharton died in her villa near Paris at the age of seventy-five.

  9. Edith Wharton Biography - CliffsNotes

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    Edith Wharton, an American author and Pulitzer Prize winner, is known for her ironic and polished prose about the aristocratic New York society into which she was born. Her protagonists are most often tragic heroes or heroines portrayed as intelligent and emotional people who want more out of life.

  10. What Edith Wharton Knew, a Century Ago, About Women and Fame in...

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    What Edith Wharton Knew, a Century Ago, About Women and Fame in America. If Undine Spragg, the heroine of Wharton’s novel “The Custom of the Country,” were alive today, she would have a ...

  11. Edith's creativity and talent soon became obvious: By the age of eighteen she had written a novella, (as well as witty reviews of it) and published poetry in the Atlantic Monthly. After a failed engagement, Edith married a wealthy sportsman, Edward Wharton.