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Edith Wharton
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Picador Shots 'All Souls'

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The day after Mrs Clayburn breaks her leg she finds her household deserted. Only the myths surrounding All Souls' eve seem to hold the answer of the disappearance of her servants when she has most need of them.
Published November 7th 2008 by Picador USA
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Jul 05, 2009 Jennifer rated it really liked it
This is the final "cut" in Wharton's collected ghost stories, which technically is not a ghost story at all, merely an eerie, unexplained tale reminiscent of something one might encounter in an episode of The Twilight Zone.

I enjoyed this one very much, but only after slogging through the slow, "Chatty Cathy" opening, and some seemingly arbitrary set-up. If the reader can make it past that, however, a real snowball-rolling-downhill awaits, and the story builds with a genuine -- if gentle -- atmos
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Edith Newbold Jones was born into such wealth and privilege that her family inspired the phrase "keeping up with the Joneses." The youngest of three children, Edith spent her early years touring Europe with her parents and, upon the family's return to the United States, enjoyed a privileged childhood in New York and Newport, Rhode Island. Edith's creativity and talent soon became obvious: By the ...more
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