Books by Edith Wharton

About

Edith Wharton (1862-1937) was an American author and literary luminary of the early twentieth century. Known for her keen social observations and penetrating insights into the complexities of human nature, Wharton explored themes of love, marriage, and class. Her novels, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning 'The Age of Innocence', delved into the lives of the privileged elite, examining the intricate web of social customs and conventions that governed their existence.

Titles

Roman Fever - with The Reckoning

Edith Wharton

$16.45

Autres Temps

Edith Wharton

$9.99

The Custom of the Country (Critical)

Edith Wharton

$21.28

Summer

Edith Wharton

$12.95
$12.04

The Children

Edith Wharton

$19.99

Inventing the Real: The Old Maid and the Real Thing

Henry James and Edith Wharton

$12.95
$12.04

French Ways and Their Meaning

Edith Wharton

$18.95

Summer - A Novel

Edith Wharton and Edward Holyoke Farrington

$30.99

Xingu and Other Stories

Edith Wharton and Henry Cadness

$30.99

Ghost Stories

Edith Wharton

$10.50

The Decoration of Houses (Facsimile)

Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman

$17.95
$16.69

The Age of Innocence

Edith Wharton

$14.99
$13.94

The North American Review, Volume 216

Edith Wharton

$40.74

The Ghost Stories of Edith Wharton

Edith Wharton

$9.99
$9.29