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Writing to Sara Norton from Munich, Edith tells her how much she and Anna have been enjoying Munich's museums and theatre, and that they leave the following day for Wtirzburg and Karlsruhe on the trip back to Paris. She also says that Teddy is not at all well, but that Nannie refuses to recognize his nervous disorder. [Letters 193-95] 1909-10 43 8 Teddy and Edith return to the Hotel Crillon, and Teddy tells her that during the previous summer he had embezzled money from Edith's trust funds, bought an apartment in Boston, and lived there with a mistress.
Lewis 291-92] September "The Blond Beast" [short story], Scribner's Magazine, 48: 291-304. "The Letters," The Century Magazine, 80: 641-50. Edith and Teddy go to the United States, staying at the Belmont Hotel at Park Avenue and 41st St. in New York City, as preparations are made for Teddy to be taken not just to the American West but round the world by their friend, Johnson Morton. [Lewis 292; Benstock 240] October 16 (Sun) 17 18 22 "The Letters," The Century Magazine, 80: 812-19. Teddy and Johnson Morton leave for California.
Letters 101-02] March 17 (Sat) The Whartons leave New York on the Philadelphia and arrive on the 25th in Paris, where they stay at the Hotel Domenici. [Lewis 161] 1906 33 Paul Bourget introduces Edith to friends in the intellectual and social circles of Paris, notably the Comtesse Charlotte de Cosse-Brissac, the Comtesse Anna de Noailles, and Charles du Bos, who will translate The House of Mirth. [Lewis 161-62] April 26 (Thu) May June August "In Trust" [short story], Appleton's Booklover's Magazine, 7: 432-40.
An Edith Wharton Chronology by Edgar F. Harden (auth.)