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I can just imagine her pounding out these short stories between long, dramatic novels for fun. They just have that feeling to them. The Other Two explores a topic only starting to emerge in Wharton's time: divorce. More specifically, she explores the social aftermath of divorce: what a blended family might look like, how a new husband would deal with an ex, and just what a woman having more than one husband means in the long run.
I really feel that only Wharton, later a divorcee herself, could have written this story in It is clever and insightful in a way that still feels modern. Choosing to frame the story in Waythorn's perspective instead of Alice's was a smart move. It makes everything less clear and leaves Waythorn to have to ask questions and come to conclusions about what he has thought about his new wife and what the truth about her is.
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However, if there is such a thing as Edith Wharton fan fiction, I'd like to see Alice's story in further detail. I also enjoyed how tense and awkward yet polite the interactions between Alice's ex husbands and Waythorn are. I would definitely recommend! Apr 11, Charlie rated it liked it. In ancient culture, women were inferior in the marriage.
But in the short story "The Other Two", Alice, who obtains three marriage, has rights to decide whether she wants to keep the marriage. The third husband of Alice, Waythorn, who was initially uncomfortable about "the other two" ex-husbands of Alice, gradually accepts the two men after learning about their own characters contrasted with the characters he previously thought of.
After musing, Waythorn described his wife Alice as "old shoe", w In ancient culture, women were inferior in the marriage. After musing, Waythorn described his wife Alice as "old shoe", who was worn by several people. This seems like criticizes the behavior of Alice, but to certain degree, this shows Waythorn's eventual understanding of the truth of the three marriage of Alice. This story depicts great irony which combines historical facts. Sep 04, Chase rated it liked it. A short story by Edith Wharton about a man named Waythorn and his new wife Alice.
They have some difficulties because, through circumstance, her previous two husband's were still in the picture: one as a father to her daughter, and the other as a business partner of Waythorn. This short story examines the difficulties Waythorn has accepting his Wife's past.
He goes through jealousy, self doubt, suspicion, and more. Ultimately, he comes to terms with the situation in the end, and the change becom A short story by Edith Wharton about a man named Waythorn and his new wife Alice. Ultimately, he comes to terms with the situation in the end, and the change becomes normal to him.
I am glad that the story didn't end in him finding out that his wife was cheating. That was where I was expecting the story to go, and so it was a pleasant surprise to find out otherwise. I found this to be an interesting and good short story about how a husband gained insight both positive and negative into his new wife by meeting and interacting with her two previous husbands. Mar 07, Savannah Porter rated it really liked it Shelves: classics. Delightful and a bit funny.
Great story that highlights Realism. May 04, Alex Chalgren rated it it was amazing. Her elasticity was the result of tension in too many different directions. Feb 21, Shaine rated it really liked it. I love Wharton.
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She wrote books ahead of her time. Mar 07, Theeeonlylimit rated it liked it Shelves: wrap-up , read-classics. Jun 21, M. A curious and thoughtful read. It's really interesting to note the decorum and views regarding divorce in the turn of the 20th century Jul 10, Hila Karimov rated it it was amazing.
The novel shows an interesting role reversal for the late 19th century between a husband and wife. She is a divorcee of 2 marriages pretty incredible for a woman of the time , while for her husband theirs is his first marriage. The novel follows the husband's slow-boil freakout as he realizes that his wife is gasp! He is constantly thrown into the company of her two exes, and begins to understand that his wife divorced e The novel shows an interesting role reversal for the late 19th century between a husband and wife.
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He is constantly thrown into the company of her two exes, and begins to understand that his wife divorced each not for reasons like brutality or flagrant unfaithfulness, but for simpler reasons - reasons that would explain why a man would divorce a woman, but that most women would learn to live with in their husband - uncouthness and unrefinement, misuse of money. Moreover, his wife seems extremely comfortable with the situtation.
There are no "scenes", she doesn't bat an eye to meet one, or even both, of her exes, but is unfailingly polite to both while the husband is distraught, describing himself as hating his own "womanly disposition" that causes him distress. He thinks his wife is as comfortable as "an old shoe" and resents her for seeming to have no personality at all. Throughout the story, the husband waits for his wife in various situations, and there is not one instance of her waiting or looking for him.
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The husband eventually comes to accept his wife's personality and past, and the presence of her exes in their lives, even becoming thankful for his wife's serene demeanor. View 1 comment. Oct 23, Iain Hamill rated it liked it Shelves: family-and-relationships. The Other Two was not my normal fare but I appreciated the interesting psychology of the story, and the fashions and practices of the yester-year New York scene.
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Apr 05, Evgenia rated it it was amazing. Although published over one hundred years ago, it is shockingly resonant. Reading this, we experience the small insecurities, underlying tensions, occasional awkwardness, quiet dignity, begrudging respect, overriding love, and eventual albeit delicate peace so common in these situations—and it feels like reading the playbook of any number of modern romances. Jan 25, Alexandria Steele rated it it was amazing Shelves: english-class.
I really loved this story. I love how so much is revealed about the characters through flushed faces and neckties and lunches. Jul 04, Christina rated it it was amazing Shelves: classics. Zainab Tapal rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Alice rated it liked it Oct 01, Jackie rated it really liked it Jun 14, Grace W rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Jess rated it did not like it Feb 04, Jeanette rated it liked it Oct 06, Lori Zambito rated it liked it May 01, Kayla Vollmer rated it really liked it Apr 26, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Readers also enjoyed. Short Stories. About Edith Wharton. Edith Wharton. Edith Newbold Jones was born into such wealth and privilege that her family inspired the phrase "keeping up with the Joneses. Edith's creativity and talent soon became obvious: By the a Edith Newbold Jones was born into such wealth and privilege that her family inspired the phrase "keeping up with the Joneses. Edith's creativity and talent soon became obvious: By the age of eighteen she had written a novella, as well as witty reviews of it and published poetry in the Atlantic Monthly.
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