Doctor Thorne

"Doctor Thorne" is the third of Trollope's Barsetshire novels and unlike some of the others has little to do with politics and religion. The plot revolves around Mary Thorne, an...

An Editor's Tales

"An Editor's Tales" describes a series of encounters between various magazine editors and those who wish to have their works published. While containing some amusing bits, the...

The Duke's Children

Bereft of his beloved wife, Glencora, and his role as prime minister, Plantagenet Palliser enters the realm of family politics as he struggles to guide and connect with his three...

Relics of General Chassé

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of England's most successful and respected novelists. "Relics of General Chassé" is a humorous tale of a corpulent and somewhat dandified...

Can You Forgive Her?

Young, attractive and wealthy, Alice Vavasor is a woman in the prime of her life. And yet one question torments her: ‘What should a woman do with her life?’ Torn between the...

Framley Parsonage

In Framley Parsonage, the fourth novel of Trollope’s Chronicles of Barsetshire, the author leaves the confines of Barchester and looks to the countryside, where he relates the...

Barchester Towers

Barchester Towers, the sequel to The Warden, is the second novel in Trollope's major series, the "Chronicles of Barsetshire". It focuses on the power struggle between Archdeacon...

The Warden Complete Classics

The first novel in Trollope's series "Chronicles of Barsetshire", The Warden is a compassionate portrait of the gentle, thoughtful warden and percent of Barchester Cathedral, Mr...

Malachi's Cove

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of the most successful and respected English novelists. Malachi's Cove tells the story of Mally, the granddaughter of an old seaweed...

Barchester Towers

First, a warning: If you haven’t read any Trollope, start with The Warden; it’s the first in a series of which Barchester is second. Next, a rather shocking warning: Trollope...

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