Hermione Lee Edith Wharton

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Edith Wharton

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This masterly new biography of Edith Wharton paints a portrait of a fiercely modern author, writing of sex, love, money and war - a woman of strong convictions and conflicting ambitions and desires. Delving into every aspect of her extraordinary life story, the book shows in fascinating detail how she worked and what lies at the heart of her magnificent and elegant works.

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Edith Wharton Edith Wharton was a fiercely modern author, writing of sex, love, money and war - a woman of strong convictions and conflicting ambitions and desires. Delving into various aspects of her extraordinary life story, this book shows in detail how she worked and what lies at the heart of her works. Full description

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" A superb biography" (Colm Toibin Irish Times)

"Adding impressive depth and nuance to the received portrait of Wharton, Lee's biography excels in its discussions of her writing" (Peter Kemp The Sunday Times)

"Painstaking and elegant... One of this book's great pleasures is Lee's discussion of Wharton's work" (Kasia Boddy Daily Telegraph)

"A feat of exhaustive research...finely tuned to Wharton's creative achievement. This is a glorious biography" (Mark Bostridge Independent on Sunday)

"[A] majestically weighty autobiography as meticulous, exhaustive and exhausting in scope and scale as its subject" (Hilary Spurling Observer)

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