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United States novelist (1862-1937)

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Wharton got his start on reality-TV four years ago as a cast member of MTV's "Real World: Ex-Plosion.
The start of 1970 saw Wharton leave the ADC to assume the presidency of Michigan State University.
Wharton has 10 departments-Accounting, Business Economics and Public Policy, Finance, Health Care Management, Legal Studies and Business Ethics, Management, Marketing, Operations, Information and Decisions, Real Estate and Statistics.
It was with special pleasure, then, that I opened this volume of letters written by Wharton to Anna Bahlmann, who served as her governess, secretary, and companion.
Now Wharton, once jailed for nine years for robbery, has been locked up for 15 months while Blackburn got a eight-month suspended prison sentence with a curfew.
As an adult, Wharton came to believe that her intellect and her artistry might expand more readily in Europe than in the United States, and for this reason in 1907 she set up residence in Paris, where she found the community for which she yearned--a community that "stimulated [her] intellect, fed her craving for enlightened conversation, and provided a place where her talents were praised and where she herself was valued" (Benstock 1986: 63).
During a recent visit to the UAE, Dr Thomas Robertson, Dean of The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, announced that since the launch of its Entrepreneurship & Family Business research centre, more than 20 projects have been funded.
On the day they wed Mr Wharton signed the papers to leave his estate to his wife, who had been his partner for 32 years.
Occasionally Wooldridge seems to waver between quoting Wharton and synthesizing the information herself, but never to an untenable level.
Edith Wharton and the Conversations of Literary Modernism.
Benert rightly asserts that "the capitals of Europe," to which Wharton was early exposed, "represented a visual and spatial standard, an aesthetic imprint, against which the American scene could never measure up" (21).
Edith Wharton and the Visual Arts employs its groundbreaking investigation of Wharton's engagement with Pre-Raphaelite paintings and poetry to highlight what it convincingly argues is Wharton's "realist revision of the sexual politics of nineteenth-century literature and visual culture" (22-23).
Wharton Equity Partners, in partnership with Gould Investors LP, has sold a portfolio of approximately 6,500 storage units located in New York City and Westchester.
Field attendees include operations officers from major military commands, the current theater support commands, and joint commands, Wharton said.
The editors of the collection of essays in A Forward Glance, which arise directly from the 1995 'Edith Wharton at Yale' conference, make clear both their own and others' debt of gratitude to Professor R.