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Lily Bart Broke My Heart // A Review of 'The House of Mirth'

The House of Mirth stole my heart—and then bitterly shattered it—all in a neat 347 pages. I loved this book, but I’m never trusting Edith Wharton again. 696 more words

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All Souls - Series: Halloween Nights #11

By: Edith Wharton


A thin moon faints in the sky o’erhead,
And dumb in the churchyard lie the dead.
Walk we not, Sweet, by garden ways, 514 more words


Chick Lit and Post Feminism Book Review

The chick lit genre is usually defined as light and frothy, with just a little bit of drama to keep the story interesting.  The ending is the typical Hollywood ending. 164 more words


Dog-Friendly Day Trip & Restaurant: Marketplace Cafe in Sedona, AZ

This week my sister from New York was in town, I decided to plan a dog friendly day trip for us to enjoy some sister bonding time. 755 more words


The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton

Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth is such a brilliant classic, I wasn’t sure if I would have anything to add to the multitude of reviews already covering this book, but in the end I decided to capture a few thoughts in this post. 1,553 more words

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Edith Wharton, 1862-1937

We women want too many things;
And first we call for happiness,—
The careless boon the hour brings,
The smile, the song, and the caress. 154 more words


My Review of "The Age of Innocence"

Read for America in My World Tour.

I read “Age of Innocence” high. Academic stress, sleep deprivation, and a “cold” that feels suspiciously like the Bubonic Plague have all pushed me into a whacked out psychotic state. 542 more words