Works of Anthony Trollope: (50+ works). Includes The Way We Live Now, Barchester Towers, The Warden, The Small House at Allington, Palliser Novels, Chronicles of Barsetshire, An Eye for an Eye and MORE

Works of Anthony Trollope: (50+ works). Includes The Way We Live Now, Barchester Towers, The Warden, The Small House at Allington, Palliser Novels, Chronicles of Barsetshire, An Eye for an Eye and MORE

by Anthony Trollope
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The Works of Anthony Trollope 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
JANE OZENBERGER More than 1 year ago
I got through two of the novels, trying to ignore errors in transcription of text and punctuation. A third (The Belton Estate) I've given up after a couple of pages in which clauses and sentences run on quite naked of punctuation. I also find that one of the best of the novels (Ayala's Angel) is not included. I will be wary of these bargain collections in the future.
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JDS86 More than 1 year ago
The book is not that hard to navigate and contains all of the major writings of Anthony Trollope. The stories are well written and a history of the concerns of the day. Those concerns to them must have seemed as pressing as our's today to them, and our's will be equally out of date 100 years from now. Mankind always finds away.