Found 26th May
Edith Wharton: The Complete Supernatural Stories
Edith Wharton (1872-1937) was born in New York to an upper class family.
Her marriage to Edward Wharton was an unhappy one that ended in divorce
in1913. She enjoyed mainstream success as a writer, publishing The
House of Mirth in 1902, Ethan Frome in 1911, and became the first woman
to win a Pulitzer Prize for Literature in 1920 for her novel The Age of
Innocence. She produced no less than 14 novels and novellas, 85 short
stories and other poetry and non-fiction work during the course of her
life. She also wrote supernatural stories, which are as elegant and
class-obsessed as her novels.