Edith Wharton’s letters reveal a complex, private woman whose personal life was seldom discussed with business associates and acquaintances. Edith Wharton counted among her closest friends author Henry James; art historians Violet Paget, Bernard Berenson, and Charles Eliot Norton; and Norton’s daughter Sara Norton. Included are letters describing her troubled marriage to Teddy Wharton and her affair with journalist Morton Fullerton.
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