by Edith Wharton
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons 1917
Number of pages: 302
As a summer full of romance draws to a close, a young woman discovers the heartbreak that autumn ushers in. 'Summer' by Edith Wharton was published in 1917. The novel experienced a surge in popularity after the author's death, in the 1960s.
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