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Marion Crawford]," North American Review, 175: 17-30. "The Reckoning" [short story], Harper's Magazine, 342-55. 105: 1902 2S 17 (Sun) "A Midsummer Week's Dream: August in Italy" [travel article], Scribner's Magazine, 32: 212-22. " But he also urges her to write on an American subject (like New York) of the present: "the immediate, the real, the ours, the yours, the novelist's that it waits for.... " [HJ Letters 4: 234-36] The Whartons go for a week to Newport to visit Winthrop and Daisy Chanler for the christening of their son, Theodore, named for President Roosevelt, who is also present and whose company Edith enjoys.
Having no company, Edith therefore invites Sara to join her. [Letters 46] June 29 (Sat) July Lucretia Jones dies in Paris, leaving a trust fund that came to be worth about $90,000 to Edith and outright bequests to Harry and Freddy, who are named as executors of her will. [Lewis 100-01] Ownership of the Lenox property is conveyed to Edith for $40,600. Construction of The Mount soon begins. [Lewis 100] The Whartons leave Boston on the Commonwealth for Liverpool. In London, where Freddy lives, Edith persuades him to give her more control over her trust fund.
Morton Fullerton, now on a visit to America, comes to The Mount bringing a letter from Henry James, and stays for several days, leaving on the 26th. [Lewis 183-84] Edith begins a private journal addressed to Fullerton. [Lewis 184] 36 An Edith Wharton Chronology November "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 42: 595-613. "The Sonnets of Eugene Lee-Hamilton [review of Eugene Lee-Hamilton's The Sonnets of the Wingless Hours],"Bookman, 26: 251-53. December 5 (Thu) The Whartons go to France and stay again at 58 Rue de Varenne, where Teddy has a nervous depression but Edith soon leads a busy social life, and sees a good deal of Morton Fullerton, who has returned to Paris.
An Edith Wharton Chronology by Edgar F. Harden (auth.)