‘Tales of Men and Ghosts’ by Edith Wharton

This collection of 10 classic tales is very representative of Wharton’s approach to story-telling – in the narrative, the venue becomes a character almost as much as do the people. Situations are presented in an elegantly understated way, and the overall effect is disturbing rather than blatantly horrific.

I narrated 3 short stories – ‘The Daunt Diana’, ‘The Blond Beast’, and ‘Full Circle’.

Tales of Men and Ghosts by Edith Wharton

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