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Interesting characters and plot!!
Trollope's comic ability and his obvious liking of even his most flawed characters are wonderful He is also very modern and very much aware of his reader.
While this may not be Trollope's best novel, it is one of his funniest and it well deserves to be called his most popular novel.
Dreamy novel, somewhat predictable, but classic Trollope through and through. Puts you smack in mid-19th century rural England. Many interesting mini-plots.Published 19 days ago by Kevin H.
a great and humorous read of the controversies and intrigues within a church parish during Dickens timePublished 3 months ago by Frederick Mazie
A classic and very readable today as when it was written.Published 4 months ago by Martin W.Friendship
Well developed characters; setting in mid-19th century rural England. This is a delightful, humorous novel for any Anglophile familiar with ecclesiastical politics of the time... Read morePublished 5 months ago by q402
Poor Eleanor... It was not as good as other Anthony Trollope. Rather typical battle with silly misunderstandings 19 Century novels.Published 5 months ago by misaki
Throughly enjoyed the language and writing. However, I thought it was too long--all characters were not necessary. Overall, a most delightful book!Published 5 months ago by Susan Morrison
The story line would have been OK but it wasn't told very well. I feel like I wasted my time and am not sure why I even completed it.Published 6 months ago by Kay Brett