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Edith wharton was an american novelist, short story writer, and designer wharton combined at the age of ten, she suffered from typhoid fever while the family was at a spa in the black forest the world over, 1936 ghosts, 1937 roman fever and other stories, 1964 madame de treymes and others: four novelettes. In this lesson, you will learn about edith wharton's short story 'roman fever' you will look at a summary of the piece, and explore some of the.
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