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Yeeel18: “Set wide the window. Let me drink the day.” Edith Wharton KODREA KILIGBYTES EP1

t0adst3r: "If only wed stop trying to be happy wed have a pretty good time" -- Edith Wharton

cbernard_sea: A gem of a lede (and story!) "Writing is boring. I should know. I just spent a half-hour revising that first sentence. Playwrights nevertheless like to write about writers, perhaps because of their shared tolerance for tedium."

irabrind: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.  Edith Wharton

JamieLisaForbes: Would have loved to have seen this- THEATER REVIEW: Anne Undeland’s ‘Mr. Fullerton’ an intriguing study of Edith Wharton

JamieLisaForbes: Jamie Lisa Forbes: South County school consolidation panel launches website - The Berkshire Edge

slouisepetersen: What are some delicious, pleasurable, drawing room books? Like the juicy bits (not the bleak bits) of Edith Wharton crossed with Agatha Christie?

mendeleanor: i just bought a 1st edition edith wharton for $12 so you could probably put a bullet in me right now and i’d just keep grinning like an idiot

SundenDaniel: 'Set wide the window. Let me drink of the day!' - Edith Wharton

CapkoandMorgan: “There are two ways of spreading light: To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.” --Edith Wharton

MindsetLeader: "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." —Edith Wharton

DFWBubbleBall: “There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” —Edith Wharton

EdithWhartonSoc: New Articles: “Edith Wharton’s Flowers: Poetry, Perennials, and Place” by Julie Olin-Ammentorp.

ChadSchimke: The Lady's Maid's Bell by Edith Wharton MP3

mattboydsmith: I've never read Love in the Time of Cholera, but this description sort of makes me want to. 18th Century Russian lit and Edith Wharton novels just describing wallpaper and place settings and what-have-you for thirty pages? Gimme gimme gimme!

Andr6wMale: "Reading should be regarded as a creative act, along with writing." — Edith Wharton.

thebluehoodie: no one at popular Los Feliz bookstore had read Edith Wharton so screamed the custom of the country to a woman (looking for recommendations) from the essays section — who unfortunately did not fall in love with me

JoshuaGilmer: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. — Edith Wharton

SFFAudio: from the box of stories we've done podcasts on... MRS. MANSTEY'S VIEW by Edith Wharton

MarksonQuotes: One of Melville’s grandfathers took part in the Boston Tea Party. As did one of Edith Wharton’s great-grandfathers.

nytimestheater: A new show about Edith Wharton highlights what we get wrong when writers attempt to write about the lives of writers.

nyttypos: More psychotic slander of the greatest writer ever in the Times today "Edith Wharton's achievement is greater than James's because she outsold him" pretty much sums up the Times's approach to arts criticism

philosophytweet: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

ImranAy87581014: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

nytimesarts: A new show about Edith Wharton highlights what we get wrong when writers attempt to write about the lives of writers.

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes In any really good subject, one has only to probe deep enough to come to tears. - Edith Wharton

BooksQuotesLif3: “She knew herself by heart too, and was sick of the old story.” — Edith Wharton, The House of Mirth

TheIdiiot: Edith Wharton could have anything she wanted in the world. But what did she do? She chose to be a spinster and wear a sweater vest made of LIVE dogs! Maybe the DSM is right..

RickLondonGreen: My little dog � a heartbeat at my feet. ~Edith Wharton

BerkshireEagle: Berkshire Eagle Theater Critic Jeffrey Borak reviews "Mr. Fullerton," Great Barrington Public Theater's production that takes a closer look at Edith Wharton's midlife affair with Morton Fullerton.

dmcampbellwsu: This is New Books and New Articles week at the Edith Wharton Society site. If you've missed some, head over to

EdithWhartonSoc: New Articles: “Judith Wheater’s Queer Vision: Edith Wharton’s Alternative Title for The Children” by Jennifer Haytock.

Yolandalao1Lao: Edith Wharton Terminus

CoreyRobin: Whatever your position on this story, this is an awesome piece of writing. The pseudonyms, the movement of voices, the periodic moral observation, the deep social knowledge, and the horror/comedy of it all make for riveting reading. Straight out of an Edith Wharton novel.

desmondcheongzx: I wonder what it takes to develop the wit of Terry Pratchett or Edith Wharton

underthenettle: slap me on the cover of an Edith Wharton novel

zoewhittall: Morning! Want to pre-order my new novel?Here's what Jordy Rosenberg had to say about The Spectacular: “[A] totally absorbing contemporary epic with characters and social worlds that are Edith Wharton-level dimensional, but as relatable as your own uncannily recognizable self."

FrancineBoilard: Edith Wharton, who the hell is Edith Wharton

ChadSchimke: The Lady's Maid's Bell by Edith Wharton PDF

eahanks: What Would Edith Wharton Think About How I Lick The Plate After A Microwaved Organic Amy's Bean And Cheese Burrito: A Crisis

ellenjdasilva: Edith Wharton is like Gossip Girl with better real estate.

zidrees560: "The mark of your ignorance is the depth of your belief in injustice and tragedy. What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the Master calls the butterfly." -Edith Wharton

BerkshireEagle: Berkshire Eagle Theater Critic Jeffrey Borak reviews "Mr. Fullerton," Great Barrington Public Theater's production that takes a closer look at Edith Wharton's midlife affair with Morton Fullerton.

thepotofpetunia: Edith Wharton rules because all her books are just dunkin’ on rich people for 400 pages.

Richard58229298: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. - Edith Wharton

colinfleminglit: Writing about Edith Wharton’s Ghosts for the Times Literary Supplement.

ChadSchimke: GHOST STORIES BY EDITH WHARTON

BerkEdge: Reviewer Dan Dwyer recommends "Mr. Fullerton," Anne Undeland's play about Edith Wharton:

Matteo60392017: "If only wed stop trying to be happy wed have a pretty good time." -Edith Wharton

MREDWARDHUGHES1: Edith Wharton's wise wordiness. A proverbial novelist, literally. Theme: Whatever it is you're not having it.

HarryWatson63: Dorothy Parker’s last published article was an appreciation of Koch’s paintings and the nostalgic New York that they evoked: “a realist .. His lovely ladies step out of Edith Wharton, and his graceful gentlemen come from Henry James.”

ChadSchimke: ETHAN FROME BY EDITH WHARTON

MarcWilson10000: Quote: Edith Wharton -

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Lokster71: I'm lining up a big spooky/horror read for October: Robert Aickman, Dracula (finally), Edith Wharton Ghost Stories and a few others.

KathyScheiern: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. - Edith Wharton

veilleuxtoo: "Usually, New Yorkers, you just stay within your region. I don't live in Harlem. So, I never go down there." - Ramona Edith Wharton Singer

EdithWhartonSoc: New Articles: Edith Wharton’s Moroccan Clichés by Stacey E. Holden

_RhysM: “If only we’d stop trying to be happy we could have a pretty good time.” – Edith Wharton ASAP iWANT KAORHYS

antoSnorkling: If only we'd stop trying to be happy we could have a pretty good time. - Edith Wharton

BevKnoxFabulous: "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it." – Edith Wharton. Check out my Postive Psychology Lectures on www.

ezedozitt21: "There are two ways of spreading light; to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” -- Edith Wharton

LifeWithJohn: There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. - Edith Wharton

liliandherbooks: Marked as to-read: The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton

JeffYi16: "If only wed stop trying to be happy wed have a pretty good time." Edith Wharton

DavidCranmerUn1: great-aunt of Edith Wharton, was the inspiration for the character of Mrs. Manson Mingott from The Age of Innocence.

ChadSchimke: GHOST STORIES BY EDITH WHARTON

brookehauser: Love this detail about her “literary debt to Edith Wharton…evident in a light feature article she wrote…”: “Rain pooled in the brim of Tom Ryder’s black derby, pouring in a miniature waterfall on to his nose, where it dispersed in steady driblets on to his stopwatch.”

creativeblocker: If only wed stop trying to be happy wed have a pretty good time. (Edith Wharton)

JLDelbourgo: The Mount, Edith Wharton’s home for 10 years, Lenox MA. She designed it herself as a haven for writing and entertaining close friends.

400luxtwink: Edith Wharton writing

CIsurgeon: “There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” Edith Wharton

EricaJong: The world is a daily miracle for those who have eyes & ears.--Edith Wharton

EricaJong: If we make up our minds Not to be happy, there's no reason we should not have a fairly good time.--Edith Wharton

shapebookstore: The Age of Innocence, Illustrated by Edith Wharton -

carldeuker: 90% done with The Custom of the Country, by Edith Wharton: Undine now in France making a...

OnceUponEnglish: Edith Wharton, Shakespeare,Terry Pratchett et Rachel Joyce

EdithWhartonSoc: New Books: Teaching Edith Wharton’s Major Novels and Short Fiction, edited by Ferda Asya

upstaterica: Edith Wharton saw you, Gwyneth Paltrow, and sent you a postcard from 1927

BulletOfMyHeart: There are two ways of spreading light. To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it. - Edith Wharton

bowtiedlovebird: the lead librarian (moi) before checking things out and I hate using Google or THE DUCK to look up book titles due to an overwrought fear of THEM having too much info on my literary interests so that they can persuade me to give up my interest in Edith Wharton in favor of ... 4/7

ilovelitkat: "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” – Edith Wharton KOBIE ON SEENZONE

BCMcNairPhoto: Marked as to-read: The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

SouthernGemGal: "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." - Edith Wharton

unaizaverse: "You see, Monsieur, it's worth everything, isn't it, to keep one's intellectual liberty, not to enslave one's powers of appreciation, one's critical independence? Edith Wharton

RickLondonGreen: My little dog � a heartbeat at my feet. ~Edith Wharton

sophiefkemp: had a dream last night where i complimented a beautiful woman for reading an edith wharton novel at a bar

Cait_onthe_Luce: Friday July 23: "Mrs. Manstey's View" by Edith Wharton.

EricaJong: I have been reading Edith Wharton. What an amazing writer. I am now old enough to appreciate her.

TherapyDogsRock: "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." -- Edith Wharton

JeffYi16: "If only wed stop trying to be happy wed have a pretty good time." Edith Wharton

ChadSchimke: The Lady's Maid's Bell by Edith Wharton MP3

JeanetteJoy: “Beware of monotony; it’s the mother of all the deadly sins.” - Edith Wharton

NoahGoucher: Reading The Age of Innocence for the first time and it is just delightful. As a writer, Edith Wharton's prose is both inspiring and envy-inducing.

VirtuallyKim: “If only we'd stop trying to be happy we'd have a pretty good time." — Edith Wharton

IvoryBoilerRoom: The Spirit of Edith Wharton on Long Island (or, how Edith Wharton almost stopped me from spreading salacious gossip)

AMikofsky: Lilly Bart in House of Mirth by Edith Wharton. No happy endings.

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