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Ethan Frome

de Edith Wharton


Début du 20e siècle, dans un petit village du Connecticut, un homme s’installe pour quelques mois le temps d’effectuer un travail dans la région pour le compte de sa compagnie. 647 more words

Littérature Anglaise

Ethan Frome - Edith Wharton

I first came across Edith Wharton at university; indeed reading and studying The Age of Innocence immediately cemented it as one of my favourite books. And while usually when I find an author I like, I read as many of their books as I can get my hands on in as short a time as possible, I find myself five years later only just getting around to a second of her books. 135 more words

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Intro- ch1 Quotes

But hitherto the emotion had remained in him as a silent ache, veiling with sadness the beauty that evoked it. He did not even know whether any one else in the world felt as he did, or whether he was the sole victim of this mournful privilege. 256 more words


Booking Through Thursday: 2014

What was your favorite book (or books) for 2014? What reading really caught your attention? Sparked your interest? Changed your world? Made you laugh?

It has been a very long time since I have posted anything. 177 more words

Booking Through Thursday

Edith and Ethan

I had never read any of Edith Wharton’s work, and knew little about her except she was American, living across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and I had a feeling she wrote short stories. 378 more words


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

Book Reviews

Secretly Hating the Classics

Being that I am both an English major in school and an avid reader in life, I have read many books that are generally considered to be the literary “classics”- books that appear on “ 637 more words