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The Age of Innocence was first published in 1920 by American author Edith Wharton. It is set in the 1870s, in upper-class "Gilded Age" New York City.

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  • 01-04-2021

Conventions

Fascinating reflection of New York convention in the 1920s and 30s. Pressures on those who care about their status.
Perfect to read before or after Rules of Civility

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  • 10-10-2020

Countess Ollenska

I found it irritating that the narrator have Countess Ollenska a “foreign” accent. She married a Polish Count, but she was American by birth and upbringing.???

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  • Maui
  • 16-07-2020

Simply Wonderful ❤️

This timeless classic is delivered with such clarity, vocal elegance and sophistication, and intrigue. I thoroughly enjoyed it! My warmest compliments and regards to the narrator ❤️

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