New Query: Wharton to Berenson?

Could any one please confirm that these lines come from a letter Wharton sent to Berenson?
“You mustn’t think there haven’t been bits of blue sky all the same; there always are with me; I can hardly ever wholly stop having a good time!”
And where could I have the source of the quote?
Thank you!

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2 thoughts on “New Query: Wharton to Berenson?

  1. dhefko

    R. W. B. Lewis quotes this passage on page 334 of his biography. Based on the context, Lewis seems to infer that the letter was written in February of 1913, but as he doesn’t include notes or citations, it’s not clear where the letter is located today. It doesn’t appear to be included in the _The Letters of Edith Wharton_.

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