It was on an impulse hardly needing the arguments he found himself advancing in its favor, that Thursdale, on his way to the club, turned as usual into Mrs. 10 more words
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First published in 1905, The House of Mirth shocked the New York society it so deftly chronicles, portraying the moral, social, and economic restraints on a woman who dared to claim the privileges of marriage without assuming the responsibilities. 808 more words
Soooo, if you haven’t been lucky enough to come in contact with a Hipster or a group of Hipsters (often called a Stache of Hipsters), then let me enlighten you about their characteristics in two sentences or less. 1,401 more words
Book-to-Film Comparison: The House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton, and Terence Davies' 2000 Film Adaptation
This post contains details about the plot and ending of The House of Mirth. Do not keep reading if you don’t want spoilers.
I recently re-read Edith Wharton’s… 985 more words