by Anthony Trollope
Publisher: Longmans, Green 1855
Number of pages: 240
The book centers on the character of Mr. Harding, a clergyman of great personal integrity, whose charitable income far exceeds the purpose for which it was intended. Trollope explores and illuminates the universal complexities of human motivation and social morality.
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by Anthony Trollope - Smith, Elder & Co.
A charming series of loosely connected novels set in Barsetshire. Residents of the 'small' Dower house at Allington, the two Dale sisters Lily and Bell face complicated romantic entanglements, including heartbreak, faithful friendship, and love.
by Anthony Trollope - Macmillan and Co.
This book surveys the life and works of the author of Vanity Fair. It is an introductory text about an author who is still popular today, and offers insights into Victorian assumptions about novel writing, providing an account of Thackeray's life.
by Anthony Trollope - Chatto & Windus
Another great story from Trollope about a man and a woman getting married and the woman not telling her husband about a previous lover and the problems coming from it. 'Kept in the Dark' is a subtle study of a man's jealousy and indignation.
by Anthony Trollope - Chapman and Hall
This is a novel written in the realist mode, some of the best characterizations in the English language, it became Trollope's personal favourite. A major theme of Orley Farm is the question of individual judgement versus group judgement.