7 best short stories by Edith Wharton
    
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Edith Wharton was born to a wealthy New York family and spent her life among artists, politicians and influential people in society. Among the people of his coexistence were Henry James and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Wharton has fluid prose, is an excellent satirist and his horror tales (a lesser known part of his legacy) deserve special attention.In this work you will find seven specially selected short stories to provide an overview of Edith Wharton's ever-present and eclectic work.The Triumph of NightThe PelicanThe Fullness Of LifeApril ShowersA JourneyAfterwardXingu
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