#5...which means The Custom of the Country by Edith Wharton for me. I read Age of Innocence years ago, around when the movie came out, and a selection of her poetry a few years back, but I scarcely know Wharton, and this novel not at all, but I'm looking forward to it.
|I think Hubert looks just a bit excited!|
It's a novel that gets better and better as it goes along. It accumulates.ReplyDelete
That sounds very promising. Those ones that build are especially impressive.Delete
I've only read this novel once, but I do love Edith Wharton and pretty much anything she writes. Happy reading! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks. I think I'm going to enjoy this!Delete
Oh my, I'm so tempted to join you! Yikes! What do I do? :-0ReplyDelete
Oh, yes, do! It would be fun to compare. It's a mere (!) 370 pages in my edition...Delete