The Edith Wharton bibliography has been updated for 2013-16.
Drizou, Myrto. “The Undecidable Miss Bart: Edith Wharton’s Naturalism in _The House of Mirth_.” _49th Parallel: An Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies_ 38 (Spring 2016): 21-49. Web.
Gould, Rebecca. “Vested Reading: Writing the Self through Ethan Frome,” Life Writing 13.4 (2016). The PDF is attached and it can be linked to here: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14484528.2015.1124742?journalCode=rlwr20.
Baltrum, James. “The Benedick, Bachelorhood, and Edith Wharton’s Classified (Re)Invention of the Heterosexual Male in the House of Mirth.” Explicator 73.4 (2015): 290-95. Print.
Bannett, Nina. “Reclaiming Sentimentalism in Edith Wharton’s Summer.” Edith Wharton Review 31.1-2 (2015): 29-56. Print.
Beer, Janet, and Avril Horner. “‘The Great Panorama’: Edith Wharton as Historical Novelist.” Modern Language Review 110.1 (2015): 69-84, 313. Print.
Boyle, Elizabeth A. “‘Becoming a Part of Her Innermost Being’: Gender, Mass-Production, and the Evolution of Department Store Culture in Edith Wharton’s ‘Bunner Sisters’.” American Literary Realism 47.3 (2015): 203-18. Print.
Burden, Robert. Travel, Modernism and Modernity. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2015. Print.
Campbell, Donna. The Edith Wharton Society. Edith Wharton Society, 2015. Print.
Crowley, John W. “Old New York’s Twin Rediscovered.” American Literary Realism 48.1 (2015): 79-83. Print.
Girling, Anna. “The Touch of a Vanished Hand: Edith Wharton’s Fraught Relationship with John Murray.” TLS: The Times Literary Supplement 5856 (2015): 13-15. Print.
—. “‘Agrope among Alien Forces’: Alchemical Transformations and Capitalist Transactions in Edith Wharton’s the Touchstone.” Edith Wharton Review 31.1-2 (2015): 74-87. Print.
Halpern, Ira. “Secret Love, Private Space, and Inner Sanctuary: The Concealed in the Age of Innocence.” Explicator 73.2 (2015): 133-36. Print.
Liming, Sheila. “A Month at the Mount.” Edith Wharton Review 31.1-2 (2015): 88-92. Print.
—. “Suffer the Little Vixens: Sex and Realist Terror in ‘Jazz Age’ America.” Journal of Modern Literature 38.3 (2015): 99-118. Print.
McParland, Robert. Beyond Gatsby: How Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Writers of the 1920s Shaped American Culture. Contemporary American Literature (Contemporary American Literature). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015. Print.
Mendelman, Lisa. “Ambivalence and Irony: Gendered Forms in Interwar America.” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 71.4 (2015): 23-52. Print.
Navarro, Lauren Christie. Foodways and Gender Relations in the American Naturalist Novel. 2015. Print.
Noe, Marcia, and Jeffrey Melnik. “Edith Wharton’s Invitation to Moral Awareness and Careful Reading in ‘the Other Two’.” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 11-12 (2015): 53-59. Print.
Ohler, Paul. “Digital Resources and the Magazine Context of Edith Wharton’s Short Stories.” Edith Wharton Review 31.1-2 (2015): 57-73. Print.
Orlando, Emily J. “Edith Wharton and the New Narcissism.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 44.6 (2015): 729-52. Print.
—. “Irreverent Intimacy: Nella Larsen’s Revisions of Edith Wharton.” Twentieth Century Literature 61.1 (2015): 32-62. Print.
Port, Cynthia. “Celebrity and the Epistolary Afterlife in Edith Wharton’s Early Fiction.” Edith Wharton Review 31.1-2 (2015): 3-28. Print.
Romagnolo, Catherine. Opening Acts: Narrative Beginnings in Twentieth-Century Feminist Fiction. Frontiers of Narrative (Frontiers of Narrative). Lincoln, NE: U of Nebraska P, 2015. Print.
Sakane, Takahiro. “‘A Turmoil of Contradictory Feelings’: Money, Women, and Body in Edith Wharton’s the Age of Innocence.” Textual Practice 29.1 (2015): 71-89. Print.
Shumaker, Scott. “The House of Mirth and the Desert of the Real: Edith Wharton and Hyperreality.” Explicator 73.4 (2015): 316-19. Print.
Totten, Gary. “Wharton’s Wild West: Undine Spragg and Dakota Divorce Culture: Beinecke Research Report.” Edith Wharton Review 31.1-2 (2015): 93-96. Print.
Towheed, Shafquat. “Reading the Great War: An Examination of Edith Wharton’s Reading and Responses, 1914-1918.” New Directions in Book History (New Directions in Book History). Eds. Towheed, Shafquat and Edmund G. C. King. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. xi, 266 pp. Print.
At the New York Times:
Edith Wharton loved animals.
But she hated John P. Haines, the president of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Mrs. Wharton and other members of the society believed that Mr. Haines was at least inept, if not corrupt, in his management of the agency.
After an especially stormy meeting on Feb. 15, 1906 — a meeting so charged that it was front-page news in The New York Times — Mrs. Wharton took pen in hand at her townhouse on Park Avenue and East 78th Street.