Category Archive: Edith Wharton: Discoveries

Interview with Virginia Ricard, translator of newly discovered Edith Wharton lecture “France and its Allies at War”

On February 14, 2018, the Times Literary Supplement published a newly discovered lecture by Edith Wharton, “France and Its Allies at War: The Witnesses Speak,” translated by Virginia Ricard (University of Bordeaux).   Professor Ricard… Continue reading

Newly Discovered Edith Wharton lecture in the Times Literary Supplment, translated by CWEW editor Virginia Ricard

Newly discovered lecture “France and Its Allies at War: The Witnesses Speak” translated by Virginia Ricard, Wharton scholar and an editor of Wharton’s translations in The Complete Works of Edith Wharton (Oxford University Press). Read… Continue reading

Italian-Language Version of “The Duchess At Prayer” in Duke University’s Rubenstein Library

Italian-Language Version of “The Duchess At Prayer” in Duke University’s Rubenstein Library The editors of CWEW, and Wharton scholars in general, are continuing to learn just how many drafts and manuscripts of Wharton’s… Continue reading