By Edgar F. Harden (auth.)
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Letters 161-62] September 26 (Sat) The Hermit and the Wild Woman and Other Stories (New York: Scribner). " The Hermit and the Wild Woman and Other Stories (London: Macmillan). October "Les Metteurs en Scene" [short story], Revue des Deux Mondes, 67: 692-708. 10 (Sat) 13 21 30 "Life" [poem], Atlantic Monthly, 102: 501-04. A Motor-Flight Through France (New York: Scribner). A Motor-Flight Through France (London: Macmillan). Writing to Edith, Henry James tells her of being "deeply distressed at the situation you describe:" her involvement with Morton Fullerton, who has a history of promiscuous behavior.
Instead, he simply urges her to "sit tight yourself and go through the movements of life. " [HI Letters 4: 494-95] Charles Eliot Norton dies. " [Letters 163-64] Edith leaves for Europe on the Provence with Walter Berry as a fellow passenger. Teddy remains in New York. [Lewis 239; Benstock 192] November "The Choice" [short story], The Century Magazine, 77: 32-40. After a two night stay in Paris, where Edith sees Morton Fullerton, she and Berry go to England, where they see 1908-09 39 Henry James, Howard Sturgis, and Gaillard Lapsley before Berry leaves for Cairo, where he has been appointed a judge on the International Tribunal.
Letters 112-14] May "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 41: 620-34. " [Letters 114-15] June July August "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 41: 717-34. The Whartons leave for America on the Adriatic and then go to Lenox. [Lewis 179; Letters 114-15] "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 42: 89-112. "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 42: 197-216. September "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 42: 357-78. October 19 (Sat) 29 "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 42: 447-68.
An Edith Wharton Chronology by Edgar F. Harden (auth.)