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Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ Anthony Trollope became one of the most successful prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era Some of Trollope's best loved works known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire he also wrote penetrating novels on political social and gender issues and conflicts of his dayTrollope has always been a popular novelist Noted fans ha.

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  1. PetraX PetraX says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleVery enjoyable book that is concerned about people putting their great big feet in puddles before ascertaining their depth It's very cleverly worked out and contains just the amount of love and romance to drive the plot forward Like most of Trollope's Barchester series it is somewhat a comedy of manners and enjoyable for thatRecommended to those who like the classics and have a certain fondness for schadenfreude even though they know they shouldn't


  2. J J says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleThere is tranquility in a second hand bookshop Libraries are quiet because they must be This is different A kind of peace Whatever it is it suits me I feel at


  3. Sara Sara says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleI have finally introduced myself to Anthony Trollope and I can say with a smile that I am very happy to have made his acquaintance A friend suggested I start with The Warden and I believe it to be advice well takenThe Warden of this novel is Mr Harding a kindly and good man who is overseer to a group of bedesmen whose care has been provided for in the will of a long deceased gentleman The church tends the property left in the will and provides for the care of the men out of the proceeds which works quite well until someone decides that the church and Mr Harding are getting from the arrangement than the men themselves What might be seen as a simple matter and one in which determining right and wrong is simple as well proves to be a complicated issue in the hands of Trollope He gives us the myriads of grey that always a


  4. Antonomasia Antonomasia says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleIf you are British and in your 40s your word association answer for Anthony Trollope may well be John Major A GR friend in the same decade of life also begins his review of The Warden


  5. Richard Derus Richard Derus says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleBook Circle Reads 155Rating 35 of five Good solid Victorian stodge The kind of book you read when you're glutted with silly vapid reality stuff and need a bit of the reality fiction of its day My review lives on my blog out of reach of data deleting megacorps


  6. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleI'm going to clamp down my opening paragraph with a SPOILER because I reveal in generalities how the book endswhich is kind of important I guessview spoilerWho doesn't love a happy ending? Apparently Anthony Trollope I didn't realize how use to them I've become because I was pretty surprised when it happened Surprises in books are usually a good thing but here it felt flat hide spoiler


  7. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleThe Warden a somewhat melancholic story of Septimus Harding Church of England clergyman in the fictitious cathedral town of Barchester Winchester in reality Britain during the middle of the 19th century and the first of the six novels in this highly acclaimed series by Anthony Trollopethis quiet little city exists because of the majestic cathedral wh


  8. Dhanaraj Rajan Dhanaraj Rajan says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleI am not sure what to write of as a reviewTo escape such confused state it is better to state everything in bullets It is a story of a man who listens to his conscience even when it means to lose everything most of all his income It is a story of wonderful relationships the friendship between the Warden and the Archbishop the filial affection between a father and a daughter the Warden and his daughter Eleanor challenging love between lovers Eleanor and Bold a f


  9. Darwin8u Darwin8u says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden Kindle “Did you ever know a poor man made better by law or a lawyer' said Bunce bitterly” Anthony Trollope The WardenSuch a lovely social novel Trollope sets up a series of characters and a situation and you know that Warden Septimus Harding Archdeacon Grantly and John Bold are set to collide and that the reforms of Dr Bold or the conservatism of Archdeacon Grantly will help the Warden I loved the Warden of this story I love his morality his humility his simpleness I love Trollope's criticisms of the Church of England and its clergy and the excesses of reform I love his take on the Press Bu


  10. Jennifer Insert Lit Pun Jennifer Insert Lit Pun says:

    Paperback ¼ The Warden Kindle ✓ warden free, The Warden KindleA gentle story about unexpected clerical upheaval in an English town I loved Trollope’s distinction between grandiose abstract ideas about justice and our small choices that reflect how we personally define it There are figures on both sides of the main conflict who believe they know what’s definitively “right” but it’s only the warden of Barchester who casts his idea of “right” in an individual light I’ve heard this is nowhere near Trollope’s best and I’m not surprised as it was pleasant but not especially memorable but I enjoyed this one and I’m very much looking forward to the rest of the Chronicles of Barsetshire


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