• The House of Mirth

    Edith Wharton Scribner SQU 9999902817506 Article 0,00 €
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    ÿþA literary sensation when it was published by Scribners in 1905, "The House of Mirth" quickly established Edith Wharton as the most important American woman of letters in the twentieth century. The first American novel to provide a devastatingly accurate portrait of New York's aristocracy, it is t...
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    • Book binding : Paperback
    • Preservation state : 3. Good
    • Publication Date : 16/03/2022
    • Year of edition : 0
    • Authors : Edith Wharton
    • Number of pages : 329
    ÿþA literary sensation when it was published by Scribners in 1905, "The House of Mirth" quickly established Edith Wharton as the most important American woman of letters in the twentieth century. The first American novel to provide a devastatingly accurate portrait of New York's aristocracy, it is the story of the beautiful and beguiling Lily Bart and her ill-fated attempt to rise to the heights of a heartless society in which, ultimately, she has no part.

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