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The Refugees & Other Stories [A Whisky Priest Book]

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“But worst of all was the old man at the other end of the compartment: the motionless old man in a frayed suit of professorial black, with a face like a sallow bust on a bracket in a university library. It was the face of Durand’s own class and of his own profession, and it struck him as something not to be contemplated without dire results to his nervous system...” This volume collects 17 rare novellas and short stories by Edith Wharton, including the entirety of the collections Crucial Instances and Certain People. Edith Wharton (1862-1937) was one of America’s greatest writers, with a string of masterpieces to her name: The House of Mirth, Ethan Frome, The Custom of the Country, The Age of Innocence and more. She was also a prodigious writer of fine short stories, as well as being a talented designer of homes and gardens.
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Publisher
Whisky Priest
Published
November 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
432
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.63 MB

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