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'John Caldigate' (1879) possesses in abundance the virtues of Trollope's writing: an attention-holding story told by a worldly-wise, kindly, fair-minded narrator, and a tale strong on what Trollope claimed as the leading feature of his novels, 'real' characters. While no Trollope novel can accurately be labeled a 'sensation novel, ' 'John Caldigate, ' the novel of a man accused of and standing trial for bigamy on the testimony of his former mistress, comes pretty close.About the Author:
As young adult, Trollope endured seven years of poverty in the General Post Office in London before accepting a better-paying position as postal surveyor in Banagher, Ireland in 1841. The years in Ireland formed the basis of his second career delineating clerical life in small cathedral towns.
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