Phineas Finn is one of Trollope's most enchanting novels. It revolves around a young Irishman, Phineas Finn, who becomes a member of Parliament and plays an important role in the political reforms of the mid-19th century. The author portrays Finn's views and emotions as a politician as well as his relationships with three different women.
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