Natascha Wharton (born 1965) is a British film producer and founder of WT 2 Productions, an independent film production company, and subsidiary of Working Title Films Contents 1 Biography
Age, Biography and Wiki. Natascha Wharton was born on 1965 in Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago, is a Senior Production Executive, BFI.
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Edith Wharton was born Edith Newbold Jones on January 24, 1862 to George Frederic Jones and Lucretia Stevens Rhinelander at their brownstone at 14 West Twenty-third Street in New York City. To her friends and family she was known as "Pussy Jones". She had two older brothers, Frederic Rhinelander, 16 years older, and Henry Edward, 12 years older. She was baptized April 20, 1862, Easter Sunday, at Grace Church. Wharton's paternal family, the Joneses, were a very wealthy and socially prominent f...
Wharton wrote and told stories from an early age. When her family moved to Europe and she was just four or five she started what she called "making up." She invented stories for her family and walked with an open book, turning the pages as if reading while improvising a story. Wharton began writing poetry and fiction as a young girl, and attempted to write her first novel at age eleven. Her mother's criticism quashed her ambition and she turned to poetry. At age 15, her first published work a...
Member of Society and Debutante
Between 1880 and 1890 Wharton put her writing aside to participate in the social rituals of the New York upper classes. Wharton keenly observed the social changes happening around her which appeared later in her writing. Wharton officially came out as a debutante to society in 1879. Wharton was allowed to bare her shoulders and wear her hair up for the first time at a December dance given by a Society matron, Anna Morton. Wharton began a courtship with Henry Leyden Stevens, the son of a wealt...
Despite not publishing her first novel until she was forty, Wharton became an extraordinarily productive writer. In addition toher 15 novels, seven novellas, and eighty-five short stories, she published poetry, books on design, travel, literary and cultural criticism, and a memoir. In 1873, Wharton wrote a short story and gave it to her mother to read. Her mother criticized the story, so Wharton decided to write only poetry. While she constantly sought her mother's approval and love, it was r...
Themes in writings
Versions of her mother, Lucretia Jones, often appeared in Wharton's fiction. Biographer Hermione Lee described it as "one of the most lethal acts of revenge ever taken by a writing daughter." In her memoir, A Backward Glance, Wharton describes her mother as indolent, spendthrift, censorious, disapproving, superficial, icy, dry and ironic. Wharton's writings often dealt with themes such as “…social and individual fulfillment, repressed sexuality, and the manners of old families and the new eli...
American children's stories containing slang were forbidden in Wharton's childhood home. This included such popular authors as Mark Twain, Bret Harte or "Uncle Remus." She was allowed to read Louisa May Alcott but Wharton preferred Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Charles Kingsley's Water Babies. Wharton's mother forbade her from reading many novels and Wharton said she "read everything else but novels until the day of my marriage." Instead Wharton read the classics, philosophy, histor...
Source: Campbell, Donna M. "Works by Edith Wharton". Washington State University. Retrieved 22 January 2018.
Source: Marshall, Scott (1996). "Edith Wharton on Film and Television" (PDF). Edith Wharton Review: 21–25. ISSN 2330-3964. Retrieved 22 January 2018.Edith Wharton was honored on a U.S. postage stampissued on September 5, 1980.In The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Edith Wharton (Clare Higgins) travels across North Africa with Indiana Jones in Chapter 16, Tales of Innocence.Edith Wharton is mentioned in the HBO television series Entourage in the third season's 13th episode: Vince is handed a screenplay for Wharton's The Glimpses of the Moon by Amanda, his new agent, f..."Edith Wharton's Journey" is a radio adaptation, for the NPR series Radio Tales, of the short story "A Journey" from Edith Wharton's collection The Greater Inclination.Armbruster, Elif S. (2011) "Domestic Biographies: Stowe, Howells, James, and Wharton at Home." New York: Peter Lang (ISBN 978-1433112492)Collas, Philippe and Eric Villedary, Edith Wharton's French Riviera (2002) Paris, New York : Flammarion/Rizzoli (ISBN 2-84110-161-4)Drizou, Myrto, ed. Critical Insights: Edith Wharton(2018) Salem Press."Writings of Edith Wharton" from C-SPAN's American Writers: A Journey Through HistoryEdith Wharton at Library of CongressAuthorities, with 345 catalog records
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