Barchester Towers

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The "most modern of Victorian," Anthony Trollope is here revealed at the height of his literary powers.

The intrigues of ecclesiastical politics in the cathedral city are intertwined with the lives of some of the most memorable figures in the liter

The intrigues of ecclesiastical politics in the cathedral city are intertwined with the lives of some of the most memorable figures in the literature of the time. From the formidable Mrs. Proudie to the oily Mr. Slope, it is immediately clear why this volume, the second of the Barchester series, was so popular at the time of writing. Neither is it a surprise that Barchester Towers has remained so well loved. ...Continua

Ha scritto il 18/03/14
Chronicles of Barsetshire #2
Ha scritto il 16/02/10
Delightful! Delicious! Heavenly Barchester!
Trollope is an interesting writer. His characters are obviously drawn true to life - he doesn't, like Dickens, overly exaggerate them or generally present them as caricatures (though there are exceptions) - but this tends to make them less interestin ...Continua

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