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Vintage

Age of Innocence

Barbara Farnsworth

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Age of Innocence
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Era:
Vintage; 1980s
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
9" L x 5.9" W x 1.3" H
Color/Finish:
n/a

Why We Love This

The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton. Frankln Center, PA: The Franklin Library, 1984. 356 pages, with three black-and-white illustrations by Jill Karla Schwartz. First published in 1920, the book won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for fiction, and Wharton was the first woman to win the prize. An elegant and very fine copy, bound in black leather, stamped with a large leaf design in gilt, with all edges gilt, and with a gray ribbon page marker bound in.
As described by Barbara Farnsworth

About Barbara Farnsworth

My bookstore, an old wooden building at the edge of a New England trout stream, houses thousands of used, rare and antiquarian books, with particular emphasis on Home and Garden subjects -- food and drink, gardening, interior design and architecture. I also carry titles on fashion, children's books and literature. Books really do furnish a room, beautifully!