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In 1921, the Pulitzer committee made a rare choice to embrace controversy and bestowed the award upon Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence. Today, the book is considered a classic, but at the time critics dismissed it as an old-fashioned yarn and an expat's unflattering denunciation of the United States' backwardness.

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You can find this book at--

Amazon.com. We read the free Kindle edition.

We recommend pairing this book with--

Brandy! It calms our nerves when we observe poorly-bred young people showing no respect for manners and tradition.

Our Goodreads ratings:

Carly: ***; Dusty *****

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