"Roman Fever" Was Not Pneumonia
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This paper reviews, discusses and analyzes the book, 'Roman Fever' by Edith Wharton. According to the paper, this book that was written in 1936, traces changes in sexual mores from the turn of the century to the time of the writing. This paper summarizes the events of the story, examines the feelings of the two characters and discusses the author's purpose for writing this story.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Wharton, E. (1936). Roman fever. In
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