The Way We Live Now by Anthony Trollope

E-text originally prepared by Andrew Turek and extensively revised by Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D. THE WAY WE LIVE NOW by Anthony Trollope CHAPTER I – THREE EDITORS Let the reader be introduced to Lady Carbury, upon whose character and doings much will depend of whatever interest these pages may have, as she sits at her

The Warden by Anthony Trollope

THE WARDEN Anthony Trollope CONTENTS I. Hiram’s Hospital II. The Barchester Reformer III. The Bishop of Barchester IV. Hiram’s Bedesmen v. Dr Grantly Visits the Hospital VI. The Warden’s Tea Party VII. The Jupiter VIII. Plumstead Episcopi IX. The Conference X. Tribulation XI. Iphigenia XII. Mr Bold’s Visit to Plumstead XIII. The Warden’s Decision XIV.

The Prime Minister by Anthony Trollope

This etext was prepared by KENNETH DAVID COOPER THE PRIME MINISTER by Anthony Trollope TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME I 1 Ferdinand Lopez 2 Everett Wharton 3 Mr Abel Wharton QC 4 Mrs Roby 5 ‘No one knows anything about him.’ 6 An Old Friend Goes to Windsor 7 Another Old Friend 8 The Beginning of

The Parson’s Daughter of Oxney Colne by Anthony Trollope

This etext was produced by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk, from the 1864 Chapman and Hall “Tales of all Countries” edition. THE PARSON’S DAUGHTER OF OXNEY COLNE by Anthony Trollope The prettiest scenery in all England–and if I am contradicted in that assertion, I will say in all Europe–is in Devonshire, on the southern and south-eastern

The Mistletoe Bough by Anthony Trollope

This etext was produced by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk, from the 1864 Chapman and Hall “Tales of all Countries” edition. THE MISTLETOE BOUGH by Anthony Trollope “Let the boys have it if they like it,” said Mrs. Garrow, pleading to her only daughter on behalf of her two sons. “Pray don’t, mamma,” said Elizabeth Garrow.

The Man Who Kept His Money In A Box by Anthony Trollope

This etext was produced by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk, from the 1864 “Tales of all Countries” Chapman and Hall edition. THE MAN WHO KEPT HIS MONEY IN A BOX by Anthony Trollope I first saw the man who kept his money in a box in the midst of the ravine of the Via Mala. I

The Last Chronicle of Barset by Anthony Trollope

This etext was prepared by KENNETH DAVID COOPER The Last Chronicle of Barset by Anthony Trollope CONTENTS I How Did He Get It? II By Heavens, He Had Better Not! III The Archdeacon’s Threat IV The Clergyman’s House at Hogglestock V What the World Thought about it VI Grace Crawley VII Miss Prettyman’s Private Room

The Kellys and the O’Kellys by Anthony Trollope

errors. Most notably, much of Trollope’s original punctuation is missing. We are in the process of correcting and updating the text. THE KELLYS AND THE O’KELLYS by ANTHONY TROLLOPE I THE TRIAL During the first two months of the year 1844, the greatest possible excitement existed in Dublin respecting the State Trials, in which Mr

The Kellys and the O’Kellys by Anthony Trollope

E-text prepared by Andrew Turek and revised and annotated by Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D. THE KELLYS AND THE O’KELLYS by ANTHONY TROLLOPE Contents I. The Trial II. The Two Heiresses III. Morrison’s Hotel IV. The Dunmore Inn V. A Loving Brother VI. The Escape VII. Mr Barry Lynch Makes a Morning Call VIII. Mr Martin

The House of Heine Brothers, in Munich by Anthony Trollope

This etext was produced by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk, from the 1864 Chapman and Hall “Tales of all Countries” edition. THE HOUSE OF HEINE BROTHERS, IN MUNICH by Anthony Trollope The house of Heine Brothers, in Munich, was of good repute at the time of which I am about to tell,–a time not long ago;

The Duke’s Children by Anthony Trollope

This etext was prepared by KENNETH DAVID COOPER THE DUKE’S CHILDREN by Anthony Trollope CONTENTS 1 When the Duchess was Dead 2 Lady Mary Palliser 3 Francis Oliphant Tregear 4 It is Impossible 5 Major Tifto 6 Conservative Convictions 8 He is a Gentleman 9 ‘In Media Res’ 10 Why not like Romeo if I

The Courtship of Susan Bell by Anthony Trollope

This etext was produced by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk, from the 1864 Chapman & Hall “Tales of all Countries” edition. THE COURTSHIP OF SUSAN BELL by Anthony Trollope John Munroe Bell had been a lawyer in Albany, State of New York, and as such had thriven well. He had thriven well as long as thrift
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