Edith Wharton Abroad
Selected Travel Writings, 1888-1920Book - 1996
In EDITH WHARTON ABROAD, Sarah Bird Wright has carefully chosen selections from Edith Wharton's travel writing that convey the writer's control of her craft. Wharton disliked the generality of guidebooks and focused instead on the "parentheses of travel" - the undiscovered hidden corners of Europe, Morocco, and the Mediterranean. This collection spans a period of three decades and takes the reader with Wharton from France to Italy and to Greece. Included is an excerpt from her unpublished memoir, THE CRUISE OF THE VANDIS, as well as front line depictions of Lorraine and the Vosges during World War I.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1996
Branch Call Number: 818.5203 WHA 1996
Characteristics: xxii, 216 p. : ill. ; 22 cm