Tag Archives: Edith Wharton

Money is the sixth sense

Isabella Stewart Gardner was certainly no prude. She liked to tell risque jokes in public, and she did her best to shake up, startle, and rattle staid old Boston society. Her pleasure dome in the Back Bay filled with masterpieces … Continue reading

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signs and signifiers: the snapper

He is made out to be an original traveling troubador, but the reality is more varied and complex in the case of Woody Guthrie than being a mere singer of Cantos in the transplanted Spanish heartland of dust bowl America. … Continue reading

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An Age of Innocence, Beauty & Crime

Edith Wharton was an American novelist, short story writer, landscape Architect and Interior designer who lived from 1862-1937. She is the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for literature for her novel ”The Age of Innocence” in 1920. Wharton … Continue reading

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