Aaron Trow

First published in 1863, ‘Aaron Trow’ follows the plight of convict Aaron, who has been sent to prison in Bermuda for the murder of a man during a strike in England. He...

Miss Sarah Jack

Wealthy spinster Miss Sarah Jack encourages young Maurice Cumming, the impoverished proprietor of a Jamaican coffee and sugar plantation, to run for the House of Assembly in...

Phineas Redux

The fourth in Anthony Trollope’s ‘Palliser’ series, in ‘Phineas Redux’ we are reunited with protagonist Phineas Finn - first introduced in the second book of the series,...

An Eye For An Eye

Set between western Ireland and Dorsetshire, An Eye for an Eye was originally completed by Anthony Trollope in 1870, but held back from publication until 1879 following...

Mr. Scarborough's Family

Mr Scarborough is an ill, elderly man with a dilemma. Father of two sons, his eldest son and heir Mountjoy is a debt-ridden gambling addict and wastrel. His younger son Augustus...

Barchester Towers

The second in Anthony Trollope’s ‘Chronicles of Barsetshire’ series ‘Barchester Towers’ was first published in 1857. The story opens with the death of the much-loved...

The Golden Lion Of Granpere

One of three novels Anthony Trollope published anonymously at the height of his career, ‘The Golden Lion of Granpere’ is a tale of forbidden love. Set in the Alsace region of...

The Small House At Allington

‘The Small House at Allington’ is the fifth in Anthony Trollope’s ‘Chronicles of Barsetshire’ series of novels. The plot centres around the romantic fortunes of young...

The Mistletoe Bough

First published in 1863, this is an engaging short story from Anthony Trollope. Set against the backdrop of the Christmas holidays, the self-castigating young Elizabeth Garrow has...

The Way We Live Now

‘The Way We Live Now’ is perhaps the most famous of all Anthony Trollope’s novels, and widely considered his masterpiece. A 19th century classic, it follows the tale of the...

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