Anthony Trollope

The Way We Live Now


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The Way We Live Now is a scathing satirical novel published in London in 1875 by Anthony Trollope, after a popular serialization. It was reg…

Doctor Thorne


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Doctor Thorne is the third of Trollope's Barsetshire novels, and unlike some of the others, has little to do with the politics and personali…

The Warden


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Amongst the great popular novelists of the nineteenth century who are still read today, Anthony Trollope stands alongside his contempora…

Lady Anna


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When it appeared in 1874, Lady Anna met with little success, and positively outraged the conservative - `This is the sort of thing the readi…

Barchester Towers


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This is the second in Trollope’s ‘Barsetshire’ series of novels. The later novels in the series move away from Barchester itself but 'Barche…

Miss Mackenzie


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The thirty-five year-old (hence utterly over-the-hill) Miss Margaret Mackenzie, having devoted her life to others, suddenly finds herself wi…

The Life of Cicero, Vol. I


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Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43BC) was an orator, statesman, philosopher and prolific correspondent, who rose as a ‘new man’ in Rome in the tu…

Can You Forgive Her?


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“Can You Forgive Her?” is the first in a series of six Trollope novels dealing broadly with 19th Century English political scene. It introdu…

The Belton Estate


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Clara Amedroz is the virtuous, intelligent, and quick-witted heroine of this novel. Like all women of her time, she has few options other th…

He Knew He Was Right


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He Knew He Was Right is a 1869 novel written by Anthony Trollope which describes the failure of a marriage caused by the unreasonable jealou…

Christmas at Thompson Hall


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"A Mid-Victorian Christmas Tale"; tells of a night time encounter between relatives who had never before met, resulting in minor i…

Rachel Ray


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The love that develops between Luke Rowan and Rachel Ray is not universally welcomed. Mrs. Tappitt- a rich, influential, and bad woman - wis…

John Caldigate


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After a rather dissolute youth and having been disowned by his father, John Caldigate sets sail for Australia with his friend Dick Shand hop…

The Life of Cicero, Vol. II


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Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43BC) was an orator, statesman, philosopher and prolific correspondent, who rose as a ‘new man’ in Rome in the tu…

The Eustace Diamonds


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Lizzie Greystock, a fortune-hunter who ensnares the sickly, dissipated Sir Florian Eustace, is soon left a very wealthy widow and mother. Wh…

Framley Parsonage


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Framley Parsonage is the fourth novel in Anthony Trollope's series known as the "Chronicles of Barsetshire", first published in se…

The Small House at Allington


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Fifth novel in the Barsetshire series, The Small House at Allington is largely focused on the Small House's inhabitants, Mrs. Dale and her t…

Castle Richmond


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Set against the background of the Irish famine in the 1840’s, the novel tells of the tangled relationships between Clara Desmond, Herbert Fi…

The Three Clerks (version 2)


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Romance and crime in the mid-19th century British Civil Service. In this early novel,Trollope draws on his own experiences as a junior clerk…

Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices and Other Stories


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A collection of five stories by Anthony Trollope: Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices; The Lady of Launay; Christmas at Thompson Hall; Th…

Phineas Finn the Irish Member


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Phineas Finn is the sequel to “Can you Forgive Her?” and the second novel in Trollope’s Palliser series. The eponymous hero is a young Irish…

The Last Chronicle of Barset


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Both Trollope and some of his later critics have considered The Last Chronicle to be his greatest novel. Many of its characters are familiar…

Ralph the Heir


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As usual, Trollope creates a nice variety of characters of different English classes, sentiments and positions. The primary themes are the i…

Orley Farm


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Orley Farm is Trollope at his best (as good as the Barsetshire series), which means some of the best characterizations in the English langua…

Ayala's Angel


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Lucy and Ayala Dormer are left penniless by the death of their parents. Ayala is taken in by their rich aunt Lady Tringle and Lucy by their …

The Claverings


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"I consider the story as a whole to he good, though I am not aware that the public ever corroborated that verdict." - the author …

Kept in the Dark


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Kept in the Dark is a novel by the 19th century English novelist Anthony Trollope. It was published in eight monthly installments in 1882, a…

Phineas Redux


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Phineas Finn is the fourth in Trollope's series of six Palliser novels. At the end of Phineas Finn, the second novel in the series, Phineas…

The Duke's Children


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In the last of the six Palliser novels, the sudden death of his wife, Lady Glencora, leaves Plantagenet Palliser, the Duke of Omnium, findin…

The Vicar of Bullhampton


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This little-known but engrossing Trollope novel, published in 1870, centers on a feisty small-town clergyman, his cantankerous neighbor, the…

The Prime Minister


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The Prime Minister is the fifth in Trollope's series of six Palliser novels. With Phineas' difficulties resolved, Trollope introduces new c…

Doctor Wortle's School


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Anthony Trollope’s fortieth novel, published in 1881, concerns a respectable Christian boys’ school whose proprietor unknowingly hires a wom…

The Warden (version 3)


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The Warden is the first novel in Anthony Trollope's series known as the "Chronicles of Barsetshire", making fun of the Church of E…

Mr Scarborough's Family


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MR SCARBOROUGH, wealthy owner of Tretton Park in Staffordshire, is dying. His eldest son and heir Mountjoy has gambled away his inheritance …

The Two Heroines of Plumplington


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In the small English Town of Plumplington the daughter of a brewer and that of a banker each has selected her future husband contrary to the…

Marion Fay


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Marion Fay (1882) offers a pair of romances, each involving a match between one titled personage and one commoner. The misalliances lead to …

Is He Popenjoy ?


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Trollope returns in Is He Popenjoy to two of his favorite subjects: property and inheritance. As in "Doctor Thorne," the issues ar…

The Warden (version 2)


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Anthony Trollope sets the scene for his wonderful Chronicles of Barsetshire with this short novel about Septimus Harding's challenged eccles…

Autobiography of Anthony Trollope


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Anthony Trollope's autobiography will delight you whether or not you've read (or listened to) any of his many works. His honest if self-depr…

The Golden Lion of Granpere


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Time to do a short Continental trip with Trollope and see if we agree with Walpole. "...not only Trollope's very best shorter book, but…

Nina Balatka


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A romance set in Prague between a Catholic and a Jew. In this short novel, Trollope moves away from his usual milieu to explore a theme whic…

The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson


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Billed as a satire concerning the dishonest advertising and business practices of the day, it tells the tale of an upstart clothing business…

The Fixed Period


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This book is set in 1980 in the Republic of Britannula, which is a fictional island near New Zealand. It deals with euthanasia as a radical …

Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite


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Sir Harry Hotspur’s only son and heir dies young which means that the title goes to a cousin, George Hotspur. Sir Harry wants the ancestral …

The Macdermots of Ballycloran


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This is the story of the Macdermots of Ballycloran the story is about the tragic demise of a landowning family. Larry Macdermot lives in a d…

Cousin Henry


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Indefer Jones struggles to name an heir to his estate. Will he choose his favorite niece, Isabel, or a male heir? The story turns on the tro…

An Old Man's Love


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This was Trollope's last completed novel, and he may have acquired his sympathy for older lovers with age! A not-so-very-old man, Mr. Whittl…

The American Senator


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The American Senator is a novel written in 1875 by Anthony Trollope. Although not one of Trollope's better-known works, it is notable for it…

The Bertrams


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This is a massive effort, taking place in England and the Middle East, with a cast of thousands... Well, not thousands, fortunately, but cer…

Le Domaine de Belton


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« Le troisième jour, les manières de lady Aylmer changèrent tout à coup ; elle se mit à combler Cla…

The Three Clerks


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The Three Clerks was Trollope’s sixth novel and was written mostly in railway carriages, since his work for the Post Office still entailed a…

An Editor's Tales


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These 'tales' describe a series of encounters between various magazine editors and those who wish to have their works published. While conta…

Aaron Trow


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What is it like to be a fox hunted by hounds? We find out through the senses of an escaped convict as he struggles to free himself from woul…

The Landleaguers


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Near Galway, young Florian Jones has just converted to Catholicism when he witnesses the deliberate destruction of his English father’s land…

Le Cousin Henry


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«En revenant dans la voiture de louage à Llanfeare, il se faisait bien des réflexions : M. Apjohn savait qu’il y avait e…

Le Domaine de Belton (Version 2)


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Le début : « Mistress Amadroz, femme de Bernard Amadroz de Belton et mère de Charles et de Clara, mourut quand ses enfan…