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How surprising that a woman of Edith Wharton's literary stature not only believes in, but writes about, ghosts. This short story is a result of her haunting fascination and fear of both spirits and supernatural phenomena, and as Ms. Magazine says, is "flawlessly eerie".

In The Triumph of Night, Wharton pushes one to finally decide if ghosts are real or imaginary. That is, if one can....

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  • Demonwife
  • Knoxville, TN, United States
  • 02-10-10

Great story, well told

This is a perfect story to keep you on the treadmill at the gym. It is bite-sized, creepy, and intriguing. At the length of an hour, it is well worth the $3 cost (think: Happy Meal for the brain).

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  • Doug
  • Elizabethtown, IN, United States
  • 03-14-14

Terrible editing ruined a fair story

The editing is so choppy that phrases are repeated in two or three instances. The story feels rushed as the reader flies past punctuation.