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Wharton's house of worth

February 27, 2008

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WEALTH and social position were major themes of Edith Wharton's famous novel "The House of Mirth." So it's a cruel irony that the Mount, the gracious home in Lenox where Wharton wrote the book, faces foreclosure. (Full article: 479 words)

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