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Germain, that they have rented from the George Vanderbilts. [Lewis 173; Benstock 156] Edith meets Morton Fullerton, a former student of Charles Eliot Norton's, a friend of the Norton family, and Paris correspondent of the London Times. [Lewis 183; Benstock 169] "A Motor-Flight Through France," Atlantic Monthly, 99: 242-46. "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 41: 153-66. "The Fruit of the Tree," Scribner's Magazine, 41: 269-83. Madame de Treymes, illus. Alonzo Kimball (New York: Scribner).
A Second Motor-Flight Through France" [travel serial], Atlantic Monthly, 101: 3-9. " Between 1 January and 29 February, she sees Fullerton twenty four times. [Letters 127-28; Benstock 179] February "A Second Motor-Flight Through France," Atlantic Monthly, 101: 167-73. 12 (Wed) Teddy goes to visit Ralph Curtis, a painter and art collector, and his wife, Lise, at their villa at Beaulieu, near Monte Carlo. [Lewis 193,203] Edith and Morton Fullerton have an especially memorable day 15 as they drive through St.
Teddy goes to Paris and Walter Berry returns for several weeks to the guest suite at 53 Rue de Varenne to serve as a buffer between Teddy and Edith. Teddy does not leave the apartment unless accompanied by Edith. [Lewis 316; Letters 268] "Pomegranate Seed" [poem], Scribner's Magazine, 51: 284-9l. " [Letters 268-69] Writing to Edith Wharton, James tells her that Sargent has completed the charcoal portrait of him that she has commissioned. " [HI Letters 4: 605] Edith drives to Spain with her Parisian friend, the Comtesse Rosa de Fitz-James, while Teddy remains in Paris with his sister, Nannie, and the butler, Arthur White.
An Edith Wharton Chronology by Edgar F. Harden (auth.)