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Author Wharton, Edith, 1862-1937.

Title Summer [Hoopla electronic resource].

Edition Unabridged.
Imprint [United States] : Blackstone Audio, Inc. : Made available through hoopla, 2006.
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Description 1 online resource (1 audio file (5hr., 30 min.)) : digital.
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Cast Read by Grace Conlin.
Summary Wharton's most erotic and lyrical novel, Summer explores a daring theme for 1917, a woman's awakening to her sexuality. Eighteen-year-old Charity Royall lives in the small town of North Dormer, ignorant of desire until the arrival of architect Lucius Harney. Like the succulent summer landscape in the Berkshires around them, Charity's romance is lush and picturesque, but its consequences are harsh and real. Praised for its realism and candor by such writers as Joseph Conrad and Henry James and compared to Flaubert's Madame Bovary, Summer was one of Wharton's personal favorites of all her novels and remains as fresh and relevant today as when it was first written.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Man-woman relationships -- Massachusetts -- Berkshire Hills -- Fiction. -- Sound recordings.
Guardian and ward -- Massachusetts -- Fiction. -- Sound recordings.
Young women -- Massachusetts -- Fiction. -- Sound recordings.
Berkshire Hills (Mass.) -- Fiction.
Audiobooks. -- Sound recordings.
Genre Love stories.
Added Author Conlin, Grace.
hoopla digital.
ISBN 9781481546928 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
1481546929 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
Music No. MWT10077851
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