The Age of Innocence (Everyman's Library (Cloth))

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9780307268204: The Age of Innocence (Everyman's Library (Cloth))

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" Is it--in this world--vulgar to ask for more? To entreat a little wildness, a dark place or two in the soul?" --Katherine Mansfield
" There is no woman in American literature as fascinating as the doomed Madame Olenska. . . . Traditionally, Henry James has always been placed slightly higher up the slope of Parnassus than Edith Wharton. But now that the prejudice against the female writer is on the wane, they look to be exactly what they are: giants, equals, the tutelary and benign gods of our American literature." --Gore Vidal
" Will writers ever recover that peculiar blend of security and alertness which characterizes Mrs. Wharton and her tradition?" --E. M. Forster

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"Is it--in this world--vulgar to ask for more? To entreat a little wildness, a dark place or two in the soul?"--Katherine Mansfield
"There is no woman in American literature as fascinating as the doomed Madame Olenska. . . . Traditionally, Henry James has always been placed slightly higher up the slope of Parnassus than Edith Wharton. But now that the prejudice against the female writer is on the wane, they look to be exactly what they are: giants, equals, the tutelary and benign gods of our American literature."--Gore Vidal
"Will writers ever recover that peculiar blend of security and alertness which characterizes Mrs. Wharton and her tradition?"--E. M. Forster

"From the Trade Paperback edition."

Elegiac...a novel of cruelty, loss, and grief. Hermione Lee
Flawlessly executed...distinguished....a sad and beautiful love story, a brilliant satirical study. The New York Times
Wharton s touch is the deftest, the surest, of all our American manipulators in the novel. The New Republic"

"Elegiac...a novel of cruelty, loss, and grief." --Hermione Lee
"Flawlessly executed...distinguished....a sad and beautiful love story, a brilliant satirical study." --The New York Times
"Wharton's touch is the deftest, the surest, of all our American manipulators in the novel." --The New Republic

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The Age of Innocence, one of Edith Wharton's most renowned novels and the first by a woman to win the Pulitzer Prize, exquisitely details the struggle between love and responsibility through the experiences of men and women in Gilded Age New York.

The novel follows Newland Archer, a young, aristocratic lawyer engaged to the cloistered, beautiful May Welland. When May's disgraced cousin Ellen arrives from Europe, fleeing her marriage to a Polish Count, her worldly, independent nature intrigues Archer, who soon falls in love with her. Trapped by his passionless relationship with May and the social conventions that forbid a relationship with Ellen, Archer finds himself torn between possibility and duty.

Wharton's profound understanding of her characters' lives makes the triangle of Archer, May, and Ellen come to life with an irresistible urgency. A wry, incisive look at the ways in which love and emotion must negotiate the complex rules of high society, The Age of Innocence is one of Wharton's finest, most illuminative works.

With an introduction by Peter Washington

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