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THE EARLY SHORT FICTION OF EDITH WHARTON
By Edith Wharton
A Ten-Volume Collection
Volume One
Contents of Volume One
Stories
KERFOL.........................March 1916
MRS. MANSTEY'S VIEW............July 1891
THE BOLTED DOOR................March 1909
THE DILETTANTE.................December 1903
THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD HAND.....August 1904
The following works not included in the present eBook:
Verse
THE PARTING DAY................February 1880
AEROPAGUS......................March 1880
A FAILURE......................April 1880
PATIENCE.......................April 1880
WANTS..........................May 1880
THE LAST GIUSTIANINI...........October 1889
EURYALUS.......................December 1889
HAPPINESS......................December 1889
Bibliography
EDITH WHARTON BIBLIOGRAPHY:
SHORT STORIES AND POEMS........Judy Boss
KERFOL
As first published in Scribner's Magazine, March 1916
I
"You ought to buy it," said my host; "it's just the place for a
solitary-minded devil like you. And it would be rather worth while to
own the most romantic house in Brittany. The present people are dead
broke, and it's going for a song--you ought to buy it."
It was not with the least idea of living up to the character my friend


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