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summary É The House of Mirth Es of manners morals and family have disappeared and the individual has become an expendable commodity The House of Mirth was published in October 1905 to widespread critical acclaim It became an instant bestseller and is regarded today as one of Edith Wharton's most accomplished and compelling social satir. 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 cos SCHQUALL of manners morals and family have disappeared and the individual has become an expendable commodity The House The Marble Index of Mirth was published in October 1905 to widespread critical acclaim It became an instant bestseller and is regarded today as The Diary of George Templeton Strong one Anaconda of Edith Wharton's most accomplished and compelling social satir. Edith Wharton sets the New York social stage The Essential Mrs. Humphry Ward Collection (28 books) of the early twentieth century for a succession Nonfiction Outline of short scenes that glitter with glossy superficiality Lightning backdrops and lush cos

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summary É The House of Mirth Ut both love and money Lily becomes vulnerable to the kind of gossip and slander which attach to a girl who has been on the marriage market for too long Wharton charts the course of Lily's life providing along the way a wider picture of a society in transition a rapidly changing New York where old certainti. 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

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summary É The House of Mirth An alternate cover edition can be found here or here The House of Mirth tells the story of Lily Bart aged 29 beautiful impoverished and in need of a rich husband to safeguard her place in the social elite and to support her expensive habits her clothes her charities and her gambling Unwilling to marry witho. 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 hear


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