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CliffsNotes at the condominium of Mirth takes you into the waning years of the Gilded Age and the ethical financial disaster of latest York City's elite type. Edith Wharton's tale of a girl — whose attractiveness explanations males to wish to own her and girls to be jealous of her — displays the complex fight of the person opposed to the social strictures of a robust, and victorious, moneyed class.

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