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The Age Of Innocence

The Age Of Innocence

Edith Wharton

Service95 Recommends The Age Of Innocence by Edith Wharton. Explore the upper echelons of New York high society, delving into the biases of the day and the themes of forbidden love, tradition, and heartbreak. Discover The Age Of Innocence and other suggestions with Service95 Recommends today!  

What We Say: Everything seemed perfect for Newland Archer, his engagement with May Welland was prudent, and he was sure he had found the ideal partner. The high society of New York considered them to be the perfect couple. The marriage seemed inevitable until Countess Olenska arrived in New York. Edith Wharton captures the time and the stigma, highlighting social issues while crafting a captivating story that echoes the themes of female empowerment in her classic novel The Age Of Innocence

What They Say: "I love this book with all my heart. A sharp, eviscerating examination of New York’s upper crust in the 1870s. The prose is gorgeous"  – Hernan Diaz 

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