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Posted April 22, 2013
This is a wonderful set of novels. Though the novels deal with s
This is a wonderful set of novels. Though the novels deal with similar themes and communities, I don't feel they are redundant.
Edith Wharton writes the most accurate observations of human behavior I've ever read and her characters are vividly
realistic as a result. She gives her female characters a great deal more complexity than most writers.
She also just uses language beautifully, especially in metaphor. The Custom of the Country is a lessor known work but holds up well against the other two.
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