The small house at Allington
First published in 1864, this fifth novel of the Chronicles of Barsetshire series primarily relates the story of Lily Dale, a young woman living in the dower house of the Allington estate with her mother and sister Bell. Although Lily is secretly loved by a junior clerk in a tax office, John Eames, she becomes enamored with Adolphus Crosbie, an ambitious and egocentric man from a more urban environment. When Crosbie's fickle behavior leaves Lily heartbroken, she must decide if she will accept the honest suit of Eames, or if she will opt for a protected, solitary life of spinsterhood. In addition to the struggle of Trollope's most well liked heroine, the author includes a host of other characters who enhance the narrative and its masterful portrayal of the inner lives and complexity of men and women.
- The Shakespeare Head edition of the Barsetshire novels of Anthony Trollope
- The Shakespeare Head edition of the Barsetshire novels of Anthony Trollope ; [9-10]
- Barsetshire (England : Imaginary place) -- Fiction.
- Clergy -- Fiction.
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- England -- Social life and customs -- Fiction.
- Olcott, Charles S. (Charles Sumner), 1864-1935, illustrator.
- Sadleir, Michael, 1888-1957, editor.
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