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Welcome to Edith Wharton's Library! This site displays searchable image files for the books contained in Wharton's library at The Mount, her historic estate in Lenox, MA.

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2005_047_1530 Pt I.pdf
Inside front cover bears the inscription "'Who can stray from me? I follow you whoever you are from the present hour.' Washington April 1898," which Ramsden attributes to Walter Berry. Book appears to be in delicate condition, with water stains…

2005_047_1172 copy.pdf
3rd ed. With illustrations by Alfred Parsons, including a frontispiece by him (black and white painting of a natural garden, with Parsons’s signature on the bottom right corner of the illustration along with the date “1880”). The caption to the…

2005_047_0668.pdf
This book follows Hudson through exploring nature, art, humanity and all the intertwining instances there are present in the world.

The cover of this book is a muted army green. It has mold and age damage all along the cover seen because of loss…

2005_047_0666.pdf
This book follows observations on the treeless grasslands of Argentina including the wildlife and terrain.

Illustrations by J. Smit.

The cover of this book is a muted army green. It has mold and age damage all along the cover seen because of…

2005_047_0661.pdf
This book is a collection of poetry edited by Robert Bridges posthumously. The major themes that Hopkins explores include nature, religion, and sexual identity. His poetry also holds historical relevance because of the changes that he developed with…

2005_047_0649.pdf
This book is a collection of Hodgson's poetry which is simple with mystical elements. He worked through understanding nature and man's place in it and how they are moving away from it.

On the inside of the cover, there is an Edith Wharton…
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