Edith Wharton’s Age of Innocence, chapters 5–6, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne. If the iTunes feed ever goes down, please head over to the Libsyn site. All Subscriber options explained here — current subscriber book, Charles Dickens’ Bleak House.
Literary Links of interest for this chapter:
- Rolodex (just in case you’re too young to remember)
- Declining an invitation (Miss Manners)
- Spuyten Dyvel
- The Enhanced eBook (EeBook) for The Age of Innocence is out! This includes the first six chapters-worth of text, links to the podcast audio, discussion questions and writing prompts. Each week your book is updated as the next podcast is released.
What does an EeBook look like? Here are sample pagesfrom a previous book:
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When you click on the “buy now” link to purchase your Age of Innocence Enhanced eBook, you will leave this site and go to PayPal. You will then be directed to a page with instructions for delivery. Remember: the book matches the podcast. Currently the EeBook includes the first sixchapters, loads of links, discussion questions, writing prompts—and is updatable every week.
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- Music in this series is Strauss’ Kaiser Waltz.
Brené Brown–first video (in case you missed it)
and the second one I just found
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