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Author: Edith Wharton
Title: The Hermit and the Wild Woman
Language: en
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Size: 351 kb

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2013-01-07 18:55:58
Emily B, always glad to add books to other popele's tbr lists!Thomas, you are lucky! And what is really amazing is that The Mount was much smaller than Wharton's even richer neighbors' places. It is hard to imagine.Emily, oh yes, definitely a highlight. It is such a shame that James burned all of Wharton's letters. It would have been so nice to have both sides of their correspondence!Litlove, isn't it fun? Every time I pick up the bio I have to fight the urge to rush off and read both Wharton and James! A delicious agony.Claire, I know what you mean about feeling more possessive about one member of the relationship than the other. It is hard not to take sides. The bio is really great if you are interested in Wharton.Rebecca, it's funny how self-assured Wharton was and then meeting James she was so nervous. Don't be embarrassed about James. I've not read much of him but what I have read I have enjoyed though he is not easy going sometimes!Jason, that is so cool that you live so close to The Mount. I hope to be able to visit it someday. I agree, there really isn't any doubt that the two were very fond of each other.Jenclair, if you like Wharton and a good literary biography then don't miss this one. It's one of the best biographies I've ever read.andalucy, being a fly on the wall would have been a treat. I imagine their conversations were both mundane and fascinating.Colleen, oh yes, they were great friends which is kinda fun to think about.Naomi, Lee is a one of the best biographers out there I think. I hope you find copy and enjoy!

ORypHXTZwzOnZuhe
2013-01-07 18:55:58
Emily B, always glad to add books to other popele's tbr lists!Thomas, you are lucky! And what is really amazing is that The Mount was much smaller than Wharton's even richer neighbors' places. It is hard to imagine.Emily, oh yes, definitely a highlight. It is such a shame that James burned all of Wharton's letters. It would have been so nice to have both sides of their correspondence!Litlove, isn't it fun? Every time I pick up the bio I have to fight the urge to rush off and read both Wharton and James! A delicious agony.Claire, I know what you mean about feeling more possessive about one member of the relationship than the other. It is hard not to take sides. The bio is really great if you are interested in Wharton.Rebecca, it's funny how self-assured Wharton was and then meeting James she was so nervous. Don't be embarrassed about James. I've not read much of him but what I have read I have enjoyed though he is not easy going sometimes!Jason, that is so cool that you live so close to The Mount. I hope to be able to visit it someday. I agree, there really isn't any doubt that the two were very fond of each other.Jenclair, if you like Wharton and a good literary biography then don't miss this one. It's one of the best biographies I've ever read.andalucy, being a fly on the wall would have been a treat. I imagine their conversations were both mundane and fascinating.Colleen, oh yes, they were great friends which is kinda fun to think about.Naomi, Lee is a one of the best biographers out there I think. I hope you find copy and enjoy!