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The last chronicle of Barset

Anthony Trollope

The last chronicle of Barset

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Published by Folio Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Barsetshire (England : Imaginary place) -- Fiction,
  • Clergy -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAnthony Trollope ; introduction by Julian Symons ; drawings by Peter Reddick.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5684 .L45 1980
    The Physical Object
    Pagination772 p. :
    Number of Pages772
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3836459M
    LC Control Number81150729

    Female characters[ edit ] Grace Crawley is a central character and serves as the love interest of Major Henry Grantly. Soames, most certainly he thought so. Thank you, dearest. She was at this time nineteen years old, and there were those who said that, in spite of her poverty, her shabby outward apparel, and a certain thin, unfledged, unrounded form of person, a want of fulness in the lines of her figure, she was the prettiest girl in that part of the world.

    Soames himself, for the exact amount,—twenty pounds four shillings. There had been no money in it, beyond the cheque drawn by Lord Lufton for twenty pounds. Both Sir Marmaduke and Lady Rowley felt that there might be objections to such a marriage as that proposed to them, raised by the Trevelyan family. Finally, it is in The Last Chronicle that Bishop Proudie of Barsetshire and his domineering wife, introduced in Barchester Towers, achieve their fullest and most dramatic portrayal. Walker," she had said, at last, "you do not know my husband. Crawley somewhat roundly what was his opinion of a clergyman who eat meat and did not pay for it.

    Walker's previously expressed desire that nothing more might be said about it. He had put the notes into an envelope, which he had not closed, but had addressed to Mr. Dalrymple is painting a portrait of one of his love interests, Clara Van Siever. And then he whispered to his wife, as soon as Mary was out of hearing, "I fear that unfortunate man is guilty.


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The last chronicle of Barset book

Crawley of anything dishonest, nor did he suspect him as yet. Doctor Arabin is a close friend of Josiah Crawley, but is absent from his deanery for the majority of the story. Walker, "and he paid twelve pounds ten to Green, and seventeen pounds to Grobury, the baker.

But how is one to help thinking about such a thing? Proudie was intemperate and imperious, he was aware. While on his deathbed, Mr. Crawley between them managed this, leaving Mr. But Mr. The whole affair is very painful, and as your father is engaged in the inquiry, I think that the less said about the matter in this house the better.

However, I should have trusted Trollope m George Walker, attorney of Silverbridge. Bishop Proudie, also Doctor Proudie, acts as the bishop over the diocese of Barchester.

Since he has been in the county I don't think he has ever been able to show his face in the High Street of Silverbridge.

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While Mr Crawley is not high on the list of Trollope characters I would love to meet, he is one of his most complex and psychologicaly interesting creations; this man who is difficult and yet loved and supported by his wife are children, who is viewed harshly by the world and yet judges himself more harshly still.

But he had paid it by a cheque drawn by himself on his own bankers at Barchester, and that cheque had been cashed in the ordinary way on the next morning. Walker, in his anxiety to do the best he could for Mr. Crawley would apply to her if there was any trouble. I pity her. Crawley had now passed some ten years of his life at Hogglestock; and during those years he had worked very hard to do his duty, struggling to teach the people around him perhaps too much of the mystery, but something also of the comfort, of religion.

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