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THE AGE OF INNOCENCE

by | Read by Wanda McCaddon

Classics • 6.5 hrs. • Abridged • © 1921

Welcome to the New York of the 1870's, where everyone in the upper crust fits into the mold or is ostracized for nonconformity. In spite of having married the socially suitable May, Weland Archer wishes to be unconventional and sees the Countess Olenska as a role model at the same time that he falls in love with her. Wanda McCaddon is a perfect narrator for this book. Her voice is as cold and sharp as the society she reads about. Through her intonation and phrasing, a stifling Victorian mask drops over each character. As Wharton describes a society long ago, McCaddon brings it to life in a dry, droll, appropriately uncaptivating manner. M.B.K. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: MAR 97]

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Formats

Airbox pak • Big Ben Audio • 1995

CS ISBN 1885546084 $26.95 • Four cassettes

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