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Anthony Trollope

Anthony Trollope

·3.94·91,938 Ratings
“ Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance. ” ― Roy T. Bennett
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  • Dr. Wortle's School

    ·3.83·401 Ratings
    Mr Peacocke, a Classical scholar, has come to Broughtonshire with his beautiful American wife to live as a schoolmaster. But when the blackmailing brother of her first husband - a reprobate from Louisiana - appears at the school gates, a dreadful secret i
  • Autobiography of Anthony Trollope

    ·3.79·232 Ratings
    It may be well that I should put a short preface to this book. In the summer of 1878 my father told me that he had written a memoir of his own life. He did not speak about it at length, but said that he had written me a letter, not to be opened until afte
  • Marion Fay

    ·3.75·118 Ratings
    The novel contrasts two love affairs, each involving an aristocrat and a commoner. The subversive Lord Hampstead's plunge into middle class society in his passionate pursuit of Marion Fay, a Quaker and daughter of a City clerk, is balanced by the testing
  • Ralph the Heir

    ·3.82·197 Ratings
    'Ralph the Heir' is one of Anthony Trollope's lesser-known novels, yet this compelling tale of property, illegitimacy and inheritance truly boasts of this great writer's flair for dramatic story-telling.
  • The Fixed Period

    ·3.05·107 Ratings
    Published in 1882, this extraordinary novel--an excercise in Swiftian irony combined with a love story in a furturistic setting--is entirely uncharacteristic of Trollope's usual drawing room conversations and hunting scenes. Set in the 1980s, The Fixed Pe
  • The Vicar of Bullhampton

    ·4.04·302 Ratings
    Frank Fenwick, the vicar of the title and a likeable and energetic clergyman, sets out to prove a young man's innocence in a murder and to prevent the eviction of a prostitute from her home. Choosing a prostitute as a central female character, Trollope ad
  • The Bertrams

    ·3.66·183 Ratings
    THE BERTRAMS (1859) by Anthony Trollope is an unusual novel of world travel, in addition to the typical subjects of matrimony and money, social strata, couples and relationships, by the author whose best-known work (such as the Barsetshire novels) is norm
  • John Caldigate

    ·3.76·119 Ratings
    John Caldigate (1879) possesses in abundance the virtues of Trollope's writing: an engrossing story told by a worldly-wise, kindly, fair-minded narrator, and a tale strong on what Trollope claimed as the leading feature of his novels, "real" characters. B
  • Framley Parsonage (Chronicles of Barsetshire #4)

    ·4.02·2,386 Ratings
    Fourth in the Barsetshire Chronicles, FRAMLEY PARSONAGE was published in 1860. In it the values of a Victorian gentleman, the young clergyman Mark Robarts, are put to the test.Like much fiction of 19th century England, FRAMLEY PARSONAGE concerns property,
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