Public Figure Profiles

Edith Wharton

Edith Wharton was an American novelist, short story writer, and designer. Wharton drew upon her insider's knowledge of the upper class New York "aristocracy" to realistically portray the lives and morals of the Gilded Age. In 1921, she became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in Literature, for her novel The Age of Innocence. She was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1996. Among her other well known works are The House of Mirth and the novella Ethan Frome.

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Some of their strengths

Edith Wharton has many admirable traits.

Based on spiritual traditions from around the world, they are someone who can be described as Intellectual, Analytical, Energetic, Idealistic, Passionate, Trustworthy, and Honest.

Idealistic and Altruistic

According to Mysticism’s Astrology tradition, Edith Wharton is someone who is an idealist and an altruist who possesses an innovative, intellectual, and analytical mind, and who approaches life in an optimistic and easygoing manner. A person who is ambitious and motivated.

Active and Precise

Based on Daoism’s Ba-Zi or ‘Chinese Zodiac’ tradition, people who know Edith Wharton well know them as someone who can be tough, active, and sharp, like a sword.

Productive and Perseverent

According to Hinduism’s Jyotisha or ‘Vedic Astrology’ tradition, many would also describe Edith Wharton as someone who is productive, persevering, deliberate, and direct.

A person who is creative, has good luck with work and money, good listening skills, good relationships with people at work, is a good teacher or counselor, and who is good at organizing groups, teams, or causes.

Communicative and Intelligent

Based on the Mayan Tzolk’in or ‘Mayan Astrology’ tradition, Edith Wharton is someone who tends to have a desire to communicate with others, either verbally, through written form, or otherwise, and to have a knack for understanding art, beauty, and aesthetics.

They are also someone who is balanced, stable, and energetic, who likes the idea of home and family, and who is very comfortable being the person in charge.

Altruistic and Innovative

According to Judaism’s Kabbalah tradition, Edith Wharton tends to be someone who sacrifices things for the good of others and wants to do "good" in the world. Who is often thought of as an innovator or rebel who thrives when trying to chase a breakthrough of some sort, who has a clear and sound mind, and who can be charming and sociable.

Some of Edith Wharton's challenges

While Edith Wharton has many strengths, nobody is perfect. They also have some challenging traits they need to manage.

For example, Edith Wharton can be Stubborn, Rebellious, Emotionally Distant, Complicated, Brusque, Idle, and Possessive.

Rebellious and Emotionally Distant

One of Edith Wharton's key challenges is that they are someone who can be rebellious and emotionally distant.

Possessive and Stubborn

Edith Wharton is someone who can be possessive, jealous, inflexible, and stubborn, can have a habit of being a frivolous spender, and who can feel insecure or cynical in romantic relationships and have difficulty forming productive personal and professional partnerships.

Serious and Callous

Finally, Edith Wharton also can be too giving, come across as too "high and mighty", and can have a hard time expressing feelings.

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