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Edith Wharton moved to Paris in the early 1900s. Not long after, in 1913, after her affair with Morton Fullerton had ended, she divorced her husband of more than 20 years. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University hide caption

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'Age Of Desire': How Wharton Lost Her 'Innocence'

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Book Party For One: A Loner's Summer Survival Guide

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Three Stories Of Gossip Not Even Austen Could Resist

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Finding Balance and Pleasure in 'The House of Mirth'

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