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A. De Wolfe Howe, 2 vols. 54 An Edith Wharton Chronology (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin). Edith's poem, "High Pasture," appears on Vol. 2, p. 387. November "The Custom of the Country," Scribner's Magazine, 54: 622-47. December 10 (Wed) Edith, having contracted grippe and bronchitis, collapses while boarding the Olympic with Walter Berry for New York to attend the wedding of her niece, Beatrix Jones, to Max Farrand on 17 December. Berry goes on to be at the wedding, but Edith has to wait a week for another ship and misses the wedding.
Letters 312] Edith goes briefly to England, sees James, and negotiates to buy Coopersale. [Benstock 287-88] "The Custom of the Country," Scribner's Magazine, 54: 471-83. Edith again goes to England, staying at the Ritz Hotel in London, making trips to Queen's Acre and Lamb House, and negotiating the purchase of Coopersale. [Benstock 288] The Custom of the Country (New York: Scribner). The Custom of the Country (London: Macmillan). Letters of Charles Eliot Norton With Biographical Comment By His Daughter Sara Norton and M.
Lewis 144] The Whartons dine at the White House, Edith being seated at President Theodore Roosevelt's right hand. He becomes a friend for whom she was to write a memorial poem. [Lewis 144-45] "The House of Mirth," Scribner IS Magazine, 37: 469-86. Edith goes from New York to Paris with her housekeepercompanion, Catharine Gross. [Lewis 146] 1905 31 Italian Backgrounds [travel sketches], illus. E. C. Peixotto (New York: Scribner). Italian Backgrounds (London: Macmillan). May June July August "The House of Mirth," Scribner's Magazine, 37: 549-64.
An Edith Wharton Chronology by Edgar F. Harden (auth.)