The Age of InnocenceLarge Print - 1994
With college exams approaching, Tohko Amano - president of the literary club, closet book-eating goblin, and shameless procrastinator - does the unthinkable and declares club activities suspended! Unencumbered by the demand of his taskmistress to deliver handwritten improv stories, Konoha finds himself helping his oft-estranged classmate, Nanase Kotobuki, in the music room after school. When one of Kotobuki's friends goes missing before Christmas, though - vanishing amidst rumors of her being an "Angel of Music" - Konoha finds himself swept up in a mystery unfolding as if from the pages of Gaston Leroux's seminal work...
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall, 1994, c1920
Characteristics: 447 p. (large print) ; 25 cm
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A scathing portrayal of class, wealth, and love in late 19th Century New York.
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AL_SUSANW Oct 06, 2016
Scathing tale of societal pressure set in "Old New York".
Wharton at her best!
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