They’re beautiful, spoiled rich, enviously thin, well-styled, and naïve to the struggles of everyday Americans. In short: They’re Wellesley wives. Or so they are depicted — admittedly in caricature — in Suzy Duffy’s new novel, “Wellesley Wives.’’ Duffy, a native of Ireland and Wellesley wife herself, stressed that, “It’s not an exposé on Wellesley women — it’s a celebration of life. Women around the world, we’re all the same: We think the same, we worry about the same things.”
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