Imagine a spectrum of sexual candor: Somewhere between the repressiveness of Edith Wharton’s early-20th-century “Age of Innocence” and our own libertine “Shades of Grey” era lies the absorbingly sensuous world of Jennie Fields’s “The Age of Desire,” her reimagining of the relationship between Wharton and journalist Morton Fullerton.
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