Edith Wharton's classic novel, The Age of Innocence, discloses the habits and customs of New York's high society in the late 1870's. In this novel, Wharton examines the social and moral insecurities of a tribe of people, unflinching in their adherence to 'the norm'.
Wharton wrote her . . .
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