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Paperback, 04/07/2019, £8.99


Paperback, 26/02/2015, £1.00
Features two moving stories of love, loss, desire and divorce, from one of the great chroniclers of nineteenth-century New York life.

Ethan Frome

Paperback, 13/11/2008, £5.99
Set against the bleak winter landscape of New England, Ethan Frome tells the story of a poor farmer, lonely and downtrodden, his wife Zenia, and her cousin, the enchanting Mattie Silver. In her introduction the distinguished critic Elaine Showalter discusses the background to the novel's composition and the reasons for its enduring success.

House of Mirth

Paperback, 13/11/2008, £7.99

Custom of the Country

7, 09/10/2008, £8.99
Edith Wharton's satiric anatomy of American society in the first decade of the twentieth century both appalled and fascinated its first reviewers. It follows the career of Undine Spragg, as she pursues her schemes and social ambitions in a world of shifting values, where triumph is swiftly followed by disillusion.

Ghost Stories of Edith Wharton

Paperback, 05/01/2009, £2.99
Compelling, rich and strange, the ghost stories of Edith Wharton, like vintage wine, have matured and grown more potent with the passing years.

Age of Innocence

Paperback, 07/02/2008, £7.99
Newland Archer and May Welland are the perfect couple. He is a wealthy young lawyer and she is a lovely and sweet-natured girl. All seems set for success until the arrival of May's unconventional cousin Ellen Olenska, who returns from Europe without her husband and proceeds to shake up polite New York society.

Age of Innocence

Paperback, 14/08/2008, £7.99
Edith Wharton's most famous novel, written immediately after the end of the First World War, is a brilliantly realized anatomy of New York society in the 1870s. The charming Newland Archer is content to live within its constraints until he meets Ellen Olenska, whose arrival threatens his impending marriage as well as his comfortable future.