A Series of Facts about Edith Wharton, for Aid Workers. Postscript.

This post is written by Rachel Unkovic, an aid worker, artist and oral historian. This is the final post in a serial, to follow along read:

…the first post here

…the second post here

…and the third post here.

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A Series of Facts about Edith Wharton, for Aid Workers.

Postscript.

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35.) Edith Wharton was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for literature for The Age of Innocence. She was the first woman in the history of the prize to win one.

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Rachel Unkovic border drawing

“A page from my diary circa August 2013” – Rachel Unkovic.  Rachel describes, in part III, reading The Age of Innocence in the summer of 2013, while working at the Akçakale-Tal Abyad border crossing between Turkey and Syria.

 

One thought on “A Series of Facts about Edith Wharton, for Aid Workers. Postscript.

  1. Pingback: A Series of Facts about Edith Wharton, for Aid Workers. Part III. | Missing in the Mission

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