The Warden (Oxford World’s Classics)

[PDF] Read Ä The Warden (Oxford World’s Classics) : by Anthony Trollope [PDF] Read Ä The Warden (Oxford World’s Classics) : by Anthony Trollope - The Warden (Oxford World’s Classics), The Warden Oxford World s Classics The book centers on the character of Mr Harding a clergyman of great personal integrity whose charitable income far exceeds the purpose for which it was intended Young John Bold turns his reforming

Oxford World's Classics019953778X978-0199537785Oxford University Press España, S.A.; Edición: Reissued. 9 de octubre de 2008)336 páginasInglés

[PDF] Read Ä The Warden (Oxford World’s Classics) : by Anthony Trollope - The Warden (Oxford World’s Classics), The Warden Oxford World s Classics The book centers on the character of Mr Harding a clergyman of great personal integrity whose charitable income far exceeds the purpose for which it was intended Young John Bold turns his reforming

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  1. In one word, fabulous Easy to understand and if you download the book, then it is marvellous I do really enjoy both, reading and listening at the same time Highly recommended


  2. This is the first of Anthony Trollope s Chronicles of Barsetshire novels, and his first popularly successful novel The basic plot is that the Warden, Mr Harding, has 1 a sinecure church position that pays him 800 pounds a year 2 a reform minded friend who s trying to abolish church sinecures 3 a daughter who wants to marry the reform minded friend and 4 an existing son in law of an Archdeacon who takes defending the Rights of the Church very, very seriously.If you like Jane Austen novels there s [...]


  3. I have an auntie who wants to be read Trollope on her deathbed That s a little dramatic, but it s true And it got me to check him out I did, and he is lovely Start with this, dear reader and go on I fell in love in a spiritual sense gosh with the main character, the dear Mr Harding, and with all the port swilling, privilege claiming folks in this book Against my better judgment, I rooted for folks I don t necessarily like This isn t a LaCarre thriller, with unlikable protagonists This is an invi [...]


  4. I bought this after reading an article in The New Yorker about a burgeoning revival of interest in Anthony Trollope I selected The Warden for rather shameful reasons a it was short and b it was inexpensive I enjoyed it than I thought I would The prose is definitely mannered it is clearly a product of its era and mild intrigue within the Church of England is not terribly gripping However it s a nice period piece, and Trollope does get off a few good ones , within the context of his time and plac [...]


  5. I have seen references to Anthony Trollope from time to time for decades, but didn t realise that he was a novelist I thought he was an essayist I like The Warden and I like Mr Harding, the Warden Trollope s characters seem very real to me Mr Harding has flaws, perhaps too willing to float through his life accepting what he is given, but heroically follows his conscience when it matters.The Kindle version of this book has no problems that I notice I am now reading the second book in the series.


  6. I have not read this book yet I just want to shareis book is the size of a magazine I did not notice this when ordering if it says , I did not look because in all the years of reading classic books I have never bought one that was sized this way so it did not occur to me to look It doesn t make a difference for my purposes but it might for someone else.I thought it was odd.


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