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Ammons, Elizabeth, Edith Wharton's Argument with America, in Edith Wharton, by Katherine Joslin, St. Martin's Press, 1991, p. 137.

Howe, Irving, "Introduction: The Achievement of Edith Wharton," in Edith Wharton: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Irving Howe, Prentice Hall, Inc., 1962, pp. 1-18.

James, Henry, "Letters," in "The House of Mirth": A Novel of Admonition, by Linda Martin-Wagner, Twayne Publishers, 1990, p. 9.

Joslin, Katherine, Edith Wharton, St. Martin's Press, 1991.

Meynell, Alice, in "The House of Mirth": A Novel of Admonition, by Linda Martin-Wagner, Twayne Publishers, 1990, p. 9, originally published in Bookman (London), Vol. 29, December 1905, pp. 130-31.

New York Times Book Review, in Edith Wharton: The Contemporary Reviews, edited by James W. Tuttleton, Kristin O. Lauer, and Margaret P. Murray, Cambridge University Press, 1992, p. 117.

Quinn, Arthur Hobson, "Edith Wharton," in "The House of Mirth": A Novel of Admonition, by Linda Martin-Wagner, Twayne Publishers, 1990, p. 11.

Review of Reviews, in Edith Wharton, by Katherine Joslin...

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