An Edith Wharton Chronology by Edgar F. Harden (auth.)

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November 22 (Tue) Teddy and Morton leave California for the Far East. [Lewis 294] December "The Comrade" [poem], Atlantic Monthly, 106: 785-87. Walter Berry moves from the Wharton guest suite to a nearby apartment in the Rue St. Guillaume. " She sees few people other than Walter Berry, Morton Fullerton, and Paul Bourget. [Letters 232-33; Lewis 295] 46 An Edith Wharton Chronology March 5 (Sun) "Summer Afternoon (Bodiam Castle, Sussex)" [poem], Scribner's Magazine, 49: 277-78. Writing to Barrett Wendell, a professor of English at Harvard, Edith tells him of having been in touch with William Dean Howells in America and Edmund Gosse in England as part of an effort to secure the Nobel Prize for Henry James.

Italian Villas and Their Gardens: Florentine Villas," The Century Magazine, 67: 25-33. Sanctuary (London: Macmillan). December "The Dilettante" [short story], Harper's Magazine, 108: 139-43. "Expiation" [short story], Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan, 36: 209-22. "A Venetian Night's Entertainment" [short story], Scribner's Magazine, 34: 640-51. 28 An Edith Wharton Chronology 2 (Wed) "Italian Villas and Their Gardens: Sienese Villas," The Century Magazine, 67: 162-64. The Whartons leave from New York on the Cedric for England, where they spend ten days in London.

Lewis 262] Writing to Howard Sturgis, Henry James tells him that Edith and Fullerton arrived in Rye on the 12th and that she whirled him in her motor-car through Sussex, parting from him in Canterbury on the previous afternoon. " [HI Letters 4: 526-27] Edith and Fullerton leave England for Paris. [Lewis 260, 262; Letters 188] Edith takes an unfurnished apartment at 53 Rue de Varenne. [Lewis 258; Letters 185] "The Debt" [short story], Scribner's Magazine, 46: 165-72. Writing to Fullerton, Edith evokes being with him at Lamb House a month previous, and says: "During that month I have been completely happy.

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