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The WardenMr Harding is the warden of what is called a hospital although like what we would call an assisted living center here in America In the 15th century the Will of one John Hiram beueathed certain property to care for aged men of the parish no longer able to work and a stipend for a warden to oversee them Hiram designated a certain sum for the men s daily needs Over the years the property has grown much valuable and the rents are vastly than the sum Hiram named for the men s needs with all the excess being added to the warden s salaryA young surgeon in town John Bold keen on social reform raises uestions as to whether Hiram s will is being followed He hires an attorney to look into it the attorney talks to the old men and implies they should be receiving the 100 per year instead of the warden getting a salary of 800 and a lawsuit is filed accordingly Further John Bold talks to a newspaperman who is well known as a social reformer and the newspaper runs some articles greatly disparaging not just the Church corporately but Mr Harding individually Mr Harding reads the article and his conscience is smittenEven though John Bold later repents and withdraws the lawsuit the damage to Mr Harding s reputation and conscience has been done It only remains for Mr Harding to do what he feels necessary to satisfy his conscience which leaves everyone the poorer than in the beginningWell written with interesting well drawn charactersBarchester Towers Barchester Towers begins about a year after the end of The Warden John Bold has died leaving Eleanor as a widow with an infant son Mr Harding is still the vicar of St Cuthbert s Dr Grantly is still the archdeacon but his father the bishop has also died The big uestion is of course who will be the new bishop Later the dean of the Cathedral dies as well so church politics and maneuvering is the order of the day In addition there are at least 3 gentlemen who have aspirations to become the new husband of Mrs Bold or rather two gentlemen have aspirations to the 1200 per year that John Bold left to her Is the third suitor for her hand motivated by a higher ambitionThese novels being so heavily involved with 19th century Church of England matters would surely not be the taste of many 21st century readers but Trollope is an excellent writer and a master at creating fully fleshed complex characters With the exception of Mr Harding who is as near a saint as possible and reminds me greatly of Miss Read s Charles Henstock and of Jan Karon s Father Tim no character is all good or all bad the good guys have real human flaws and those who play the role of villains have admirable ualities that mostly redeem them Mrs Proudie is an exception as Trollope puts it It cannot be said that she was a bad woman though she has in her time done an indescribable amount of eviland She had meant to be a good Christian but she had so exercised her Christianity that not a soul in the world loved her or would endure her presence if it could be avoidedDoctor ThorneThis is a true country village novel not having much to do with episcopal matters as in the 2 previous books The plot of Doctor Thorne is rather akin to Jane Austen s work being primarily about money and marriage among the country gentry young heir to debt ridden local suire falls in love with the impoverished niece of local doctor suire s family disapproves and insists heir must marry money the young lady in uestion inherits a fortune heir s family delighted with his marriage to heiress in spite of her low birth the happy couple weds and live happily ever afterTrollope is such an excellent writer His characterizations are second to none I feel as if I have been personally acuainted with all his characters for years Indeed I feel I have been an inhabitant of Greshamsbury village all my life Trollope apparently was uite scornful of authors of suspense feeling it was sort of cheating to keep a reader interested solely to find out what happens to the characters Instead he often includes spoilers on what is going to happen several chapters later In contrast to writers such as Thomas Hardy who torture their characters with bad decisions and eually bad conseuences Trollope treats his characters gently rewarding his heroes and redeeming most of his villains who are never so villainous as they might beFramley ParsonageBook 4 of the Barsetshire Chronicles I found it a bit slower to start with and after the first 12 thought I didn t like it as much as the previous books There was too much Church and Government politics not that the series hasn t had an abundance of politics but in Framley Parsonage there was rather politics and less character involvement if you know what I mean However the second half of the book was wonderful and I ended up enjoying it immenselyThe principal character is Mark Robarts the vicar of the titular parish Mark was a lifelong friend of the Lord Lufton Lord Lufton s mother Lady Lufton is to Mark Robarts what Lady Catherine de Bourgh is to Mr Collins but Mark is less unctuous and assertive albeit in a tactful way than Mr Collins Mark dares to exert his independence and indulge his own tastes and make his own friends irrespective of Lady Lufton s preferences to Mark s own hurt as it turns outMark s father dies leaving 4 children One of his sisters Lucy comes to live with Mark and his family Mark s wife Fanny whom I haven t yet mentioned is a very sweet woman altogether agreeable and she becomes very close to Lucy Lord Lufton and Lucy fall in love against Lady Lufton s wishes and one of the points of suspense is whether or not Lady Lufton can be won over to accept Lucy as the new Lady LuftonOur old friends from Greshamsbury also appear here and I was SO HAPPY that view spoilerDr Thorne and Miss Dunstable get together hide spoiler The Dome Builder's Handbook your Audible trial Audiobook Free with Pirelli World Rallying 2010 2011 your Audible trial The Book Review Book recommendations author 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salary of 800 and a lawsuit is filed accordingly Further John Bold talks to a newspaperman who is well known as a social reformer and the newspaper runs some articles greatly disparaging not just the Church corporately but Mr Harding individually Mr Harding reads the article and his conscience is smittenEven though John Bold later repents and withdraws the lawsuit the damage to Mr Harding s reputation and conscience has been done It only remains for Mr Harding to do what he feels necessary to satisfy his conscience which leaves everyone the poorer than in the beginningWell written with interesting well drawn charactersBarchester Towers Barchester Towers begins about a The Senior Prefect year after the end of The Warden John Bold has died leaving Eleanor as a widow with an infant son Mr Harding is still the vicar of St Cuthbert s Dr Grantly is still the archdeacon but his father the bishop has also died The big uestion is of course who will be the new bishop Later the dean of the Cathedral dies as well so church politics and maneuvering is the order of the day In addition there are at least 3 gentlemen who have aspirations to become the new husband of Mrs Bold or rather two gentlemen have aspirations to the 1200 per Sand Chronicles Vol 10 year that John Bold left to her Is the third suitor for her hand motivated by a higher ambitionThese novels being so heavily involved with 19th century Church of England matters would surely not be the taste of many 21st century readers but Trollope is an excellent writer and a master at creating fully fleshed complex characters With the exception of Mr Harding who is as near a saint as possible and reminds me greatly of Miss Read s Charles Henstock and of Jan Karon s Father Tim no character is all good or all bad the good guys have real human flaws and those who play the role of villains have admirable ualities that mostly redeem them Mrs Proudie is an exception as Trollope puts it It cannot be said that she was a bad woman though she has in her time done an indescribable amount of eviland She had meant to be a good Christian but she had so exercised her Christianity that not a soul in the world loved her or would endure her presence if it could be avoidedDoctor ThorneThis is a true country village novel not having much to do with episcopal matters as in the 2 previous books The plot of Doctor Thorne is rather akin to Jane Austen s work being primarily about money and marriage among the country gentry Tinkle Tall Tales No 2 young heir to debt ridden local suire falls in love with the impoverished niece of local doctor suire s family disapproves and insists heir must marry money the A Good Girl's Guide to Murder young lady in uestion inherits a fortune heir s family delighted with his marriage to heiress in spite of her low birth the happy couple weds and live happily ever afterTrollope is such an excellent writer His characterizations are second to none I feel as if I have been personally acuainted with all his characters for The Damned Lovely years Indeed I feel I have been an inhabitant of Greshamsbury village all my life Trollope apparently was uite scornful of authors of suspense feeling it was sort of cheating to keep a reader interested solely to find out what happens to the characters Instead he often includes spoilers on what is going to happen several chapters later In contrast to writers such as Thomas Hardy who torture their characters with bad decisions and eually bad conseuences Trollope treats his characters gently rewarding his heroes and redeeming most of his villains who are never so villainous as they might beFramley ParsonageBook 4 of the Barsetshire Chronicles I found it a bit slower to start with and after the first 12 thought I didn t like it as much as the previous books There was too much Church and Government politics not that the series hasn t had an abundance of politics but in Framley Parsonage there was rather politics and less character involvement if Handbook of Environmental and Ecological Statistics you know what I mean However the second half of the book was wonderful and I ended up enjoying it immenselyThe principal character is Mark Robarts the vicar of the titular parish Mark was a lifelong friend of the Lord Lufton Lord Lufton s mother Lady Lufton is to Mark Robarts what Lady Catherine de Bourgh is to Mr Collins but Mark is less unctuous and assertive albeit in a tactful way than Mr Collins Mark dares to exert his independence and indulge his own tastes and make his own friends irrespective of Lady Lufton s preferences to Mark s own hurt as it turns outMark s father dies leaving 4 children One of his sisters Lucy comes to live with Mark and his family Mark s wife Fanny whom I haven t The Tunnel yet mentioned is a very sweet woman altogether agreeable and she becomes very close to Lucy Lord Lufton and Lucy fall in love against Lady Lufton s wishes and one of the points of suspense is whether or not Lady Lufton can be won over to accept Lucy as the new Lady LuftonOur old friends from Greshamsbury also appear here and I was SO HAPPY that view spoilerDr Thorne and Miss Dunstable get together hide spoiler

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  • Audiobook
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  • Complete Barchester Chronicles
  • Anthony Trollope
  • English
  • 02 January 2020
  • 9781405689328