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Poetry Friday: Edith Wharton

By Women's Voices For Change
If you had been in Manhattan last night, you could have time traveled to one of New York City’s most elegant and most constraining eras in the company of one of this city’s greatest minds—that of Edith Wharton.
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Voices We Love: A Valentine to the Wise.

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
by Laura Sillerman This is a mash note to all the women who know how tell aging like it is– not as a trial, but as a trail to glory.  They make our hearts beat fast to the rhythm of truth. You’ll notice that our great national heroes are US Airways pilot Sully Sullenberger (58) and flight attendants Donna Dent (51), Sheila…
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