The Complete Works of Edith Wharton (CWEW) has launched and will be published in twenty-nine volumes by Oxford University Press. CWEW constructs a new narrative of Wharton's work by bringing all of her writing together in various media and through new technologies. This essay discusses the early stages of the project, which will present Wharton's texts in traditional print; in the Oxford Scholarly Editions Online; and through Digital Wharton, an open-access site that maps Wharton's texts and writing processes. It discusses the contents of the series, the process of establishing copy-texts, and editorial apparatus that allow CWEW to unite traditional textual scholarship with tools of the digital humanities.

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