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It is probably a good thing that I read The Warden before starting on Barchester Towers. It really helped to know some of the characters in advance, although I think that the book... Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Old Math Teacher
Very good classic that gets inside the politics of the Anglican Church--Latitudinarians vs high church in the1820's-1830s---writing is excellent--plot is predictable but you want... Read morePublished 1 month ago by George D. Greenberg
Here's a credible rival of Dickens for large narrative landscapes and memorable characters--of course Dickens is really unrivalled!Published 1 month ago by Ed Mandelbaum
This was my first Trollope and I would definitely Trollope again! The characters are as true in this century as they were in his. And I never expected to laugh so much.Published 4 months ago by Becky Masterman
Great book..start with The Warden, then follow with Barchester Towers and finish with the Last Chronicle of Barset and you will not only enjoy the adventure but understand why... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marianne T. Hall
Trollope is a good balance for those who have just read Dickens. Trollope has a nice, humane sense of humor as he examines the foibles of the 19th century middle and upper... Read morePublished 4 months ago by JPJ
Intricate relationships and serious subject matter told in a light-hearted story. As with many classics, this is not for everyone because it is not as easy a read as a modern day... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Love To Read
After reading "The Warden" (the precursor to "Barchester Towers") and the 800-page "The Way We Live Now" last year, I thought I might have overdosed on... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amy Merrick
This might be one of the world's perfect novels. It has everything in the perfect measure. The plot is character-driven and believable, the asides are delightful, and the pacing is... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anna Z.