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Bloom, Harold, ed., Edith Wharton: Modern Critical Views, Chelsea House, 1986.

Kellogg-Griffith, Grace, The Two Lives of Edith Wharton: The Woman andHer Work, Appleton-Century, 1965.

McDowell, Margaret B., "Edith Wharton," in Twayne's United States Authors, G.K. Hall and Co., 1999.

Mizener, Arthur, "The Age of Innocence," in Twelve Great American Novels, New American Library, 1967, pp. 78—80.

Nevius, Blake, Edith Wharton, A Study of Her Fiction, University of California Press, 1953, pp. 185—7.

Phelps, William Lyon, "As Mrs. Wharton Sees Us," in New York Times Book Review, Vol. 53, October 17, 1920, pp. 1, 11.

Tuttleton, James W., "Edith Wharton," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume Twelve: American Realists and Naturalists, edited by Donald Pizer, Gale, 1982, pp. 433-50.

Van Doren, Carl, "Edith Wharton," in Contemporary American Novelists 1900-1920, Macmillan, 1922, pp. 95-7.

Wershoven, Carol, The Female Intruder in the Novels of Edith Wharton, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1982, pp. 91-3.

Wharton, Edith, The Age of Innocence, introduction by Paul Montazzoli, Barnes &...

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