Hudson River Bracketed

Publisher: New Canadian Library
A brilliant, complex tale of love, life, and art in the 1920s.
Two artistic souls, Vance and Halo, are drawn into unhappy marriages. Vance lives the impoverished life of a struggling novelist, while Halo marries for money to ensure her parents’ security. Through their common love of literature, the two find the happiness and love lacking in their marriages. But can they overcome the obstacles keeping them apart? Edith Wharton, never one to fall into sentimentality, will not let their happiness come easy.
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