Edith Wharton's ironic stories won her numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize. This story of conflict between individual and social fulfillment wins her the admiration of readers and writers of all ages. With tongue in cheek, she mocks the phoniness of the pretentious, while sympathizing with the pitiful and ends up with a story that cries for equity.More
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