The Warden (Oxford World's Classics)

[Anthony Trollope] Ï The Warden (Oxford Worlds Classics) ↠ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Warden (Oxford Worlds Classics) It was the beginning of an wonderful adventure . Russel E. Higgins I first read Anthony Trollopes book The Warden in 1995 at the age of 54; three years later I had finished all forty-seven Trollope novels, his autobiography, and most of his short stories. The Warden provides a necessary introduction to the Barsetshire Novels, which, in turn, provide a marvelous introduction to rural Victorian society, and its religious, political, and social underpinnings. However, The Warden is a small

The Warden (Oxford World's Classics)

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Rating : 4.36 (529 Votes)
Asin : 0199665443
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 336 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-08-03
Language : English

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'You might pass Eleanor Harding in the street without notice, but you could hardly pass an evening with her and not lose your heart.'John Bold has lost his heart to Eleanor Harding but he is a political radical who has launched a campaign against the management of the charity of which her father is the Warden. The thoroughly revised new edition includes 'The Two Heroines of Plumplington', the short story which Trollope added just before his death to provide a final episode in the annals of Barsetshire.ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest r

With a deep, accented voice Shaw-Parker brings this 19th-century novel to life. As Bold works to expose the fact that more of the charity's income goes to Harding than to its bedesmen, he begins to take a romantic interest in Harding's youngest daughter, Eleanor. (Apr.) . His timing and tone are spot-on and he creates distinct voices for the book's many characters. In this audio edition, narrator David Shaw-Parker delivers a winning performance that keeps listeners engaged throughout. From Publishers Weekly This first novel in Trollope's classic Chronicles of Barsetshire series pits reformer John Bold against Septimus Harding, the precentor of Barchester Cathedral and warden of Hiram's Hospital, an almshouse supported by a bequest to the local diocese

It was the beginning of an wonderful adventure . Russel E. Higgins I first read Anthony Trollope's book "The Warden" in 1995 at the age of 54; three years later I had finished all forty-seven Trollope novels, his autobiography, and most of his short stories. "The Warden" provides a necessary introduction to the Barsetshire Novels, which, in turn, provide a marvelous introduction to rural Victorian society, and its religious, political, and social underpinnings. However, "The Warden" is a small literary masterpiece of its own, even though the more popular "Barchester. "Classic of victorian fiction, slightly dated by modern standards" according to T. Simons. This is the first of Anthony Trollope's "Chronicles of Barsetshire" novels, and his first popularly successful novel. The basic plot is that the Warden, Mr. Harding, has 1) a sinecure church position that pays him 800 pounds a year; 2) a reform-minded friend who's trying to abolish church sinecures; Classic of victorian fiction, slightly dated by modern standards This is the first of Anthony Trollope's "Chronicles of Barsetshire" novels, and his first popularly successful novel. The basic plot is that the Warden, Mr. Harding, has 1) a sinecure church position that pays him 800 pounds a year; 2) a reform-minded friend who's trying to abolish church sinecures; 3) a daughter who wants to marry the reform-minded friend; and Classic of victorian fiction, slightly dated by modern standards T. Simons This is the first of Anthony Trollope's "Chronicles of Barsetshire" novels, and his first popularly successful novel. The basic plot is that the Warden, Mr. Harding, has 1) a sinecure church position that pays him 800 pounds a year; 2) a reform-minded friend who's trying to abolish church sinecures; 3) a daughter who wants to marry the reform-minded friend; and 4) an existing son-in-law of an Archdeacon who takes defending the Rights of the Church very, very seriously.If you like Jane Austen novels t. ) an existing son-in-law of an Archdeacon who takes defending the Rights of the Church very, very seriously.If you like Jane Austen novels t. ) a daughter who wants to marry the reform-minded friend; and Classic of victorian fiction, slightly dated by modern standards T. Simons This is the first of Anthony Trollope's "Chronicles of Barsetshire" novels, and his first popularly successful novel. The basic plot is that the Warden, Mr. Harding, has 1) a sinecure church position that pays him 800 pounds a year; 2) a reform-minded friend who's trying to abolish church sinecures; 3) a daughter who wants to marry the reform-minded friend; and 4) an existing son-in-law of an Archdeacon who takes defending the Rights of the Church very, very seriously.If you like Jane Austen novels t. ) an existing son-in-law of an Archdeacon who takes defending the Rights of the Church very, very seriously.If you like Jane Austen novels t. Large book J&K Cromwell I have not read this book yet. I just want to sharethis book is the size of a magazine. I did not notice this when ordering (if it says), I did not look because in all the years of reading classic books I have never bought one that was sized this way so it did not occur to me to look. It doesn't make a difference for my purposes but it might for someone else.I thought it was odd.

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