The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics)

✓ The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics) ↠ Edith Wharton ✓ The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics) ↠ Edith Wharton - The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics), The Age of Innocence Oxford World s Classics strong They lived in a kind of hieroglyphic world where the real thing was never said or done or even thought but only represented by a set of arbitrary signs Edith Wharton s most famous novel writ

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✓ The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics) ↠ Edith Wharton - The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics), The Age of Innocence Oxford World s Classics strong They lived in a kind of hieroglyphic world where the real thing was never said or done or even thought but only represented by a set of arbitrary signs Edith Wharton s most famous novel writ

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The Age of Innocence (Oxford World’s Classics)

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  1. Necesario para resolver peque as dudas sobre el idioma.Aunque el nivel de ingl s sea elevado, hay ciertos aspectos, gram tica, vocabulario, usos que necesitan revisi n.


  2. THE AGE OF INNOCENCEAlthough this is a love story on many levels, The Age of Innocence, by Edith Wharton, is, also, a documentary of a culture in this case, the elite rich society of New York in 19th century America who buries its own dreams and deepest desires behind the greater need to be accepted and approved by one s own reference group The book hinges on the words people are chained to separate destinies, and proceeds to illustrate how this is true of rich and poor alike.This star crossed l [...]


  3. This is without a doubt dear Mrs Wharton s masterpiece, a captivating tale about a man whose sense of duty and fear of challenging the status quo keeps him in a state of perpetual staleness and regret While very little transpires through the course of the novel, it is for a good reason Archer, the protagonist, is a stuffy New York lawyer, who is entranced by his mysterious wife s cousin Olenska, a married countess who has spent a great deal of her life in Europe The story is about their relation [...]


  4. Edith Wharton and Henry James were great friends They traveled together and both wrote about the privileged classes But that s where the similarity ends Wharton does not go in for incredibly long, tortured Jamesian sentences Her prose is deceptively simple But the book is DEEP At the end of the book it was said that in the Age of Innocence, NY in the late 1870s, everything was known in close personal relationships without having to say anything That could almost be said of Wharton s book as well [...]


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