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2011
This story is set in the fictional parish of Bowick, England, where a respectable American couple by the name of Peacocke have been hired as a house-mother and teacher at Dr. Wortle's Christian semina...
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2015
Phineas Finn, a red-blooded young Irishman possesing charm and good looks is elected to Parliament by his local borough, and in London he wins the love of the influential Lady Laura Kennedy. With her...
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2010
Written in 1869 with a clear awareness of the time's tension over women's rights, "He Knew He Was Right" is primarily a story about Louis Trevelyan, a young, wealthy, educated Victorian man and his ma...
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2011
"Phineas Redux" was first published in 1873 as the fourth novel in the "Palliser" series. It is the story of Phineas Finn, who, when the story begins, has stepped down as a member of parliament to bec...
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2017
Originally published in the 1876 Christmas edition of The Graphic, Christmas at Thompson Hall is a Victorian tale concerning the proper Mr. and Mrs. Brown and their journey from southern France to Tho...
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2010
Widely acknowledged to be the masterpiece of Trollope's prolific Victorian career, "The Way We Live Now" is the scathing satire he wrote upon returning to England after traveling abroad. In seeking to...
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2016
Anthony Trollope (* 24. April 1815 in London; † 6. Dezember 1882) war ein englischer Schriftsteller und einer der erfolgreichsten und meistgelesenen Romanautoren der viktorianischen ♯ra. Er gilt m...
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2010
The first novel of Trollope's Chronicles of Barsetshire series, this work introduces the fictional cathedral town of Barchester and many of its clerical inhabitants. Originally published in 1855, the...
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2012
The problems facing Harry Heathcote, a young sheepfarmer, or "squatter" in outback Australia. The hero is modelled on Trollope's younger son Frederic, who had lived in Australia since 1865. Using the...
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2010
When Trollope returned to England from the colonies in 1872 he was horrified by the immorality and dishonesty he found in English society. In this book nothing escapes his satirical pen as he describe...
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2010
The third and least political novel of the Palliser series, The Eustace Diamonds concerns the beautiful pathological liar Lizzie Greystock. Determined to marry into wealth, Lizzie snares the ailing Si...
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2010
The last work of Trollope's series the Chronicles of Barsetshire, this novel concludes the unfinished stories of many characters from the previous novels, all the while centering on the impoverished M...
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2010
The favorite self-written work of the author, "Orley Farm" is a novel that revolves around the final will of Joseph Mason. While most of Mason's property is left to the son from his first marriage, a...
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2010
The first novel of Trollope's six-work Palliser series, also known as the Parliamentary Novels, Can You Forgive Her? revolves primarily around the young Alice Vavasor, a woman who cannot decide which...
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2012
The problems facing Harry Heathcote, a young sheepfarmer, or "squatter" in outback Australia. The hero is modelled on Trollope's younger son Frederic, who had lived in Australia since 1865. Using the...
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2010
The sixth and final novel in Trollope's "Palliser" series, this 1879 work begins after the unexpected death of Plantagenet Palliser's beloved wife, Lady Glencora. Though wracked by grief over his loss...
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2016
A well-meaning public official finds himself embroiled in a political scandal in this acclaimed satire. Set in an almshouse in rural England, The Warden features the realism, satire, and biting social...