Edith Wharton’s Age of Innocence, chapters 1–2.
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Literary Links of interest for this chapter:
- The Alienist
- Sort of almost a tulle tucker
- Victorian Pen Wipers
- Victorian under-bosom Girdle
- The Josephine Look
- The Tuileries
- Faust Opera summary
- Men’s Pumps
- Men’s Patent Leather Oxfords
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