Henry James and Edith Wharton Letters 1900-1915.
The two expat American authors living in Europe were close friends and shared many experiences during these years leading up to James's death. Both were working on their most important works during their long friendship when these letters were exchanged. They shared a dry sense of humor. They supported each other through hard times. The letters mention their own works often, and they discuss other writers and prominent contemporaries. A real treasure for lovers of early 20th century literature. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London. 1990. Like new. Hb, Dj. USED. $18.00