The Age of Desire by Jennie Fields
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The Age of Desire Summary
They say behind every great man is a woman. Behind Edith Wharton, there was Anna Bahlmann - her governess turned literary secretary, and her mothering, nurturing friend.
The Age of Desire Reviews
"The book's only flaw is the choice of present tense... Still, Fields's love and respect for all her characters and her care in telling their stories shines through." - Publishers Weekly
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The Age of Desire Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Rated of 5
Jennie Fields received an MA in creative writing from the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop and is the author of the novels Lily Beach, Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, and The Middle Ages. An Illinois native, she spent twenty-five years as an advertising creative director in New York and currently lives with her husband in Nashville, Tennessee. Find her online at www.jenniefields.com.
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