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Essential Novelists - Anthony Trollope

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Download Essential Novelists - Anthony Trollope PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by Tacet Books. This book was released on 2020-05-07 with total page 400 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Welcome to the Essential Novelists book series, were we present to you the best works of remarkable authors. For this book, the literary critic August Nemo has chosen the two most important and meaningful novels of Anthony Trollope which are The Way We Live Nowand The Warden. Anthony Trollope was an English novelist whose popular success concealed until long after his death the nature and extent of his literary merit. Novels selected for this book: - The Way We Live Now. - The Warden. This is one of many books in the series Essential Novelists. If you liked this book, look for the other titles in the series, we are sure you will like some of the authors.


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Download The Essential Works of Anthony Trollope PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by e-artnow. This book was released on 2020-12-17 with total page 24851 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Musaicum Books presents to you this meticulously edited Anthony Trollope collection. Table of contents: Chronicles of Barsetshire: The Warden Barchester Towers Doctor Thorne Framley Parsonage The Small House at Allington The Last Chronicle of Barset Palliser Novels: Can You Forgive Her? Phineas Finn The Eustace Diamonds Phineas Redux The Prime Minister The Duke's Children Irish Novels: The Macdermots of Ballycloran The Kellys and the O'Kellys Castle Richmond An Eye for an Eye The Landleaguers Other Novels: La Vendée The Three Clerks The Bertrams Orley Farm The Struggles of Brown, Jones & Robinson Rachel Ray Miss Mackenzie The Belton Estate The Claverings Nina Balatka Linda Tressel He Knew He Was Right The Vicar of Bullhampton Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite Ralph the Heir The Golden Lion of Granpère Harry Heathcote of Gangoil Lady Anna The Way We Live Now The American Senator Is He Popenjoy? John Caldigate Cousin Henry Ayala's Angel Doctor Wortle's School The Fixed Period Kept in the Dark Marion Fay Mr. Scarborough's Family An Old Man's Love Short Stories: Tales of All Countries: La Mère Bauche The O'Conors of Castle Conor John Bull on the Guadalquivir Miss Sarah Jack, of Spanish Town, Jamaica The Courtship of Susan Bell Relics of General Chassé An Unprotected Female At the Pyramids… Lotta Schmidt & Other Stories An Editor's Tales Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices and other Stories Other Stories Plays: Did He Steal It? The Noble Jilt Travel Writings: The West Indies and the Spanish Main North America South Africa How the 'Mastiffs' Went to Iceland Sketches: Hunting Sketches Travelling Sketches Clergymen of the Church of England Studies & Essays: The Commentaries of Caesar Thackeray Life of Cicero Lord Palmerston A Walk in a Wood On Anonymous Literature On English Prose Fiction as Rational Amusement On the Higher Education of Women The Civil Service as a Profession The National Gallery Clarissa The Uncontrolled Ruffianism of London The Young Women at the London Telegraph Office An Autobiography of Anthony Trollope


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Anthony Trollope

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Download Anthony Trollope PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by . This book was released on 2014-01-15 with total page 1070 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Anthony Trollope (1815–1882) was a major English novelist of the Victorian period, whose classic works of fiction are notable for their character development and keen insight into social, political and gender issues. This selected collection of his great novels – 'The Warde', 'Barchester Towers' and 'The Way We Lie Now' – presented in a single volume is an essential edition for collectors, students and general enthusiasts of Victorian literature.


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Anthony Trollope

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Download Kept in the Dark PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by 谷月社. This book was released on 2016-01-05 with total page 146 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: CECILIA HOLT AND HER THREE FRIENDS. There came an episode in the life of Cecilia Holt which it is essential should first be told. When she was twenty-two years old she was living with her mother at Exeter. Mrs. Holt was a widow with comfortable means,—ample that is for herself and her daughter to supply them with all required by provincial comfort and provincial fashion. They had a house without the city, with a garden and a gardener and two boys, and they kept a brougham, which was the joint care of the gardener and the boy inside and the boy outside. They saw their friends and were seen by them. Once in the year they left home for a couple of months and went,—wherever the daughter wished. Sometimes there was a week or two in London; sometimes in Paris or Switzerland. The mother seemed to be only there to obey the daughter's behests, and Cecilia was the most affectionate of masters. Nothing could have been less disturbed or more happy than their lives. No doubt there was present in Cecilia's manner a certain looking down upon her mother,—of which all the world was aware, unless it was her mother and herself. The mother was not blessed by literary tastes, whereas Cecilia was great among French and German poets. And Cecilia was æsthetic, whereas the mother thought more of the delicate providing of the table. Cecilia had two or three female friends, who were not quite her equals in literature but nearly so. There was Maude Hippesley, the Dean's daughter, and Miss Altifiorla, the daughter of an Italian father who had settled in Exeter with her maternal aunt,—in poor circumstances, but with an exalted opinion as to her own blood. Francesca Altifiorla was older than her friend, and was, perhaps, the least loved of the three, but the most often seen. And there was Mrs. Green, the Minor Canon's wife, who had the advantage of a husband, but was nevertheless humble and retiring. They formed the élite of Miss Holt's society and were called by their Christian names. The Italian's name was Francesca and the married lady was called Bessy.


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Download Barchester Towers PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by 谷月社. This book was released on 2016-01-05 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Who Will Be the New Bishop? In the latter days of July in the year 185––, a most important question was for ten days hourly asked in the cathedral city of Barchester, and answered every hour in various ways—Who was to be the new bishop? The death of old Dr. Grantly, who had for many years filled that chair with meek authority, took place exactly as the ministry of Lord –––– was going to give place to that of Lord ––––. The illness of the good old man was long and lingering, and it became at last a matter of intense interest to those concerned whether the new appointment should be made by a conservative or liberal government. It was pretty well understood that the outgoing premier had made his selection and that if the question rested with him, the mitre would descend on the head of Archdeacon Grantly, the old bishop's son. The archdeacon had long managed the affairs of the diocese, and for some months previous to the demise of his father rumour had confidently assigned to him the reversion of his father's honours. Bishop Grantly died as he had lived, peaceably, slowly, without pain and without excitement. The breath ebbed from him almost imperceptibly, and for a month before his death it was a question whether he were alive or dead. A trying time was this for the archdeacon, for whom was designed the reversion of his father's see by those who then had the giving away of episcopal thrones. I would not be understood to say that the prime minister had in so many words promised the bishopric to Dr. Grantly. He was too discreet a man for that. There is a proverb with reference to the killing of cats, and those who know anything either of high or low government places will be well aware that a promise may be made without positive words and that an expectant may be put into the highest state of encouragement, though the great man on whose breath he hangs may have done no more than whisper that "Mr. So-and-So is certainly a rising man."


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Anthony Trollope

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Download Anthony Trollope PDF Format Full Free by Richard Mullen and published by . This book was released on 2014-12-30 with total page 740 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 'He brings to this task a knowledge of the period which is rivalled only by his understanding of Trollope's own work.' Peter Ackroyd (The Times) 'Dr Mullen presents the sane Trollopian world well, well-flavoured with sherry, beer and beef.' Anthony Burgess (The Observer) 'This is a great literary biography, one of the best to appear in recent times. It is unlikely ever to be superseded.' Robert, Lord Blake (Financial Times) 'It is ample, generous, judicious, fair-minded and reads with a wholly admirable rapidity ... a masterly survey of the mid-Victorian literary world ... I cannot praise his book more highly than to say it is as enjoyable as a Trollope novel.' Alan Massie (The Sunday Telegraph) 'This is the best book I have read this year.' Daily Mail 'We have waited a hundred years for a biography of Trollope, but Richard Mullen's makes the wait worthwhile ... This book joins the rank of works such as Blake's Disraeli and Ellman's Oscar Wilde.' Channel Four Book Programme '[Richard Mullen's] genius as a researcher.' The Spectator Anthony Trollope is one of the two Victorian novelists read most widely today. Yet there is no satisfactory biography. This lively book will delight both the dedicated Trollopian and those who have recently discovered his novels from television. Trollope's own life reads like a novel. He was abandoned at school when his mother went on a jaunt to the American frontier, and the family eventually fled to Europe where they hoped to escape the debts of his near-mad father. His mother saved them by launching the family business of novel-writing. Fanny Trollope was one of two women who played a crucial role in Anthony's life (and books). The other was his wife Rose, who emerges here from the shadows and is seen as the main factor in his success. Trollope not only wrote some sixty books: he was an important official of the Post Office and the inventor of the pillar box. Dr Mullen makes full use of archives to evaluate his Post Office work. He also delves into Trollope's private business accounts, shedding a flood of light on the practices of Victorian publishing to demonstrate how books were actually written, published, bought and read. Throughout there is emphasis on Trollope the man: the husband, the father, the man of the world. How did he travel, what did he eat, what did he read, what were his pleasures? Quoting deftly from the whole range of Trollope's writings - both the novels and the travel books (about North America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the West Indies) - Dr Mullen shows how personal details of Trollope's life recur constantly in his work. Anthony Trollope is revealed as the ideal man of his age, an embodiment of the Victorian values' he so skilfully illustrated in the books we avidly read today.


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Download The Prime Minister PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by 谷月社. This book was released on 2016-01-05 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Ferdinand Lopez It is certainly of service to a man to know who were his grandfathers and who were his grandmothers if he entertain an ambition to move in the upper circles of society, and also of service to be able to speak of them as of persons who were themselves somebodies in their time. No doubt we all entertain great respect for those who by their own energies have raised themselves in the world; and when we hear that the son of a washerwoman has become Lord Chancellor or Archbishop of Canterbury we do, theoretically and abstractedly, feel a higher reverence for such self-made magnate than for one who has been as it were born into forensic or ecclesiastical purple. But not the less must the offspring of the washerwoman have had very much trouble on the subject of his birth, unless he has been, when young as well as when old, a very great man indeed. After the goal has been absolutely reached, and the honour and the titles and the wealth actually won, a man may talk with some humour, even with some affection, of the maternal tub;—but while the struggle is going on, with the conviction strong upon the struggler that he cannot be altogether successful unless he be esteemed a gentleman, not to be ashamed, not to conceal the old family circumstances, not at any rate to be silent, is difficult. And the difficulty is certainly not less if fortunate circumstances rather than hard work and intrinsic merit have raised above his natural place an aspirant to high social position. Can it be expected that such a one when dining with a duchess shall speak of his father's small shop, or bring into the light of day his grandfather's cobbler's awl? And yet it is difficult to be altogether silent! It may not be necessary for any of us to be always talking of our own parentage. We may be generally reticent as to our uncles and aunts, and may drop even our brothers and sisters in our ordinary conversation. But if a man never mentions his belongings among those with whom he lives, he becomes mysterious, and almost open to suspicion. It begins to be known that nobody knows anything of such a man, and even friends become afraid. It is certainly convenient to be able to allude, if it be but once in a year, to some blood relation.


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Download Castle Richmond PDF Format Full Free by Anthony Trollope and published by 谷月社. This book was released on 2016-01-05 with total page 356 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: THE BARONY OF DESMOND. I wonder whether the novel-reading world—that part of it, at least, which may honour my pages—will be offended if I lay the plot of this story in Ireland! That there is a strong feeling against things Irish it is impossible to deny. Irish servants need not apply; Irish acquaintances are treated with limited confidence; Irish cousins are regarded as being decidedly dangerous; and Irish stories are not popular with the booksellers. For myself, I may say that if I ought to know anything about any place, I ought to know something about Ireland; and I do strongly protest against the injustice of the above conclusions. Irish cousins I have none. Irish acquaintances I have by dozens; and Irish friends, also, by twos and threes, whom I can love and cherish—almost as well, perhaps, as though they had been born in Middlesex. Irish servants I have had some in my house for years, and never had one that was faithless, dishonest, or intemperate. I have travelled all over Ireland, closely as few other men can have done, and have never had my portmanteau robbed or my pocket picked. At hotels I have seldom locked up my belongings, and my carelessness has never been punished. I doubt whether as much can be said for English inns.