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Auntie’s BookstoreTuesday, August 12, at 7pm. This month we will be meeting to talk about House of Mirth by Edith Wharton. Chautauqua AmphitheaterWednesday, June 25, at 12pm. She lives in Maine and New York City. Washington and Lee UniversityFriday, April 25, at 4pm.

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Fullerton, William Morton lover. Chevalier of the Legion of Honour She spent her early childhood in Europe, where she developed a gift for languages and a deep appreciation for art, architecture and literature. She was educated by governesses and by her own reading, and began writing at any early age. Verses, her first volume of poems, was published privately when she was Inshe married Edward “Teddy” Wharton, 12 years her senior. Invico Ogden Codman, Jr. A few years later, she bought acres in Lenox, Massachusetts, then designed and built The Mount, a country home to meet her needs as a designer, gardener, hostess, and writer.


After a divorce from Teddy Wharton inshe moved permanently to France. During World Edihh I, she did social reform and humanitarian work, including establishing schools for refugee children, for which she received the Legion of Honor.

Edith Wharton (1862–1937)

She continued to write prolifically, producing more than 40 books in her career, travel, and garden. Today she is considered the supreme vcio through which we view the social ambitions of the rich and newly rich of the American Gilded Age.

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