Whereas a man who is overcome with emotion and falls deeply in love with a woman might do everything in his power to see her and be with her, Archer makes some very painful decisions in the later years of his life. At the end of The Age of Innocence, he makes the final decision that effectively brings closure to his relationship with Ellen, and it is one that is as brave as it is heart wrenching.
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By Mama on 11-08-17
A huge waste of time.
Hated the narrator and thought the direction of the performance terrible. I don't understand why such books are considered classic. I don't get the point.
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By Nancy Mitford on 28-09-16
This lovely, lovely novel is marred by the narrator's many mispronunciations. While her voice is very pleasant to listen to, the errors of pronunciation (which are not attributable to the fact that she is English and not American) are distracting and ultimately just plain annoying.
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