Edith Wharton's Inner Circle (Literary Modernism Series) - Susan E. Goodman - Hardcover
Edith Wharton's Inner Circle (Literary Modernism Series) - Susan E. Goodman - Hardcover
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  • ISBN-13: 9780292727717
  • ISBN: 0292727712
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press



When Edith Wharton became friends with Henry James, she joined a group of men who became her "inner circle." This group included both well-known figures, such as James, Percy Lubbock, and Bernard Berenson, and several now forgotten, including John Hugh Smith, Walter Berry, Gaillard Lapsley, Robert Norton, and Howard Sturgis.Drawing on unpublished archival material by and about members of the circle, Susan Goodman here presents an intimate view of this American expatriate community, as well as the larger transatlantic culture it mirrored. She explores how the group, which began forming around 1904 and lasted until Wharton' death in 1937, defined itself against the society its founders had left in the United States, while simultaneously criticizing and accommodating the one it found in Europe. Tracing Wharton' individual relationships with these men and their relationships with one another, she examines literary kinships and movements in the biographical and feminist context of gender, exile, and aesthetics. She also relates the group to other literary circles, such as the Bloomsbury group and Gertrude Stein' salon.Goodman, Susan E. is the author of 'Edith Wharton's Inner Circle (Literary Modernism Series) - Susan E. Goodman - Hardcover' with ISBN 9780292727717 and ISBN 0292727712.

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