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Trollope, Anthony. & Ardizzone, Edward (ILL.)

Published by The Franklin Library Franklin Center, PA. 1982, Franklin Center, PA. (1982)

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About this Item: The Franklin Library Franklin Center, PA. 1982, Franklin Center, PA., 1982. Illustrations (illustrator). Gilt Decorated Cloth, VG+. Seller Inventory # 036302

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Trollope, Anthony; Sanleir, Michael & Page, Frederick (text Editors); Ardizzone, Edward (illustrations).

Published by Oxford University Press, New York (1989)

ISBN 10: 0192834320 ISBN 13: 9780192834324

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, New York, 1989. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. Third Printing.. 328 pages. Softcover. Very good condition. FICTION. Barchester Towers, Trollope's most popular novel, is the second of the six Chronicles of Barsetshire. The Chronicles follow the intrigues of ambition and love in the cathedral town of Barchester. In this novel Trollope continues the story, begun in The Warden, of Mr. Harding and his daughter Eleanor, introducing that oily symbol of progress Mr. Slope, the hen-pecked Dr. Proudie and the amiable Stanhope family. (Key Words: Fiction, Barsetshire Novels, Anthony Trollope, Barchester Towers, Humor, Anglican Church, Church of England, High Church, Low Church, Robin Gilmour, John Kenneth Galbraith, Warden). book. Seller Inventory # 49092X1

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Trollope, Anthony; Ardizzone, Edward (illustrations).

Published by The Franklin Library, Franklin Center (1982)

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About this Item: The Franklin Library, Franklin Center, 1982. Hardcover. Condition: New. 534 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Like New. FICTION. Barchester Towers, Trollope's most popular novel, is the second of the six Chronicles of Barsetshire. The Chronicles follow the intrigues of ambition and love in the cathedral town of Barchester. In this novel Trollope continues the story, begun in The Warden, of Mr. Harding and his daughter Eleanor, introducing that oily symbol of progress Mr. Slope, the hen-pecked Dr. Proudie and the amiable Stanhope family. (Key Words: Fiction, Barsetshire Novels, English Literature, Anthony Trollope, Barchester Towers, Humor, Anglican Church, Church of England, High Church, Low Church, Edward Ardizzone, Warden). book. Seller Inventory # 71978X1

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Trollope, Anthony: Michael Sadleir & Frederick Page (General Editors): with Prefaces by David Skilton (The Warden), James R. Kincaid (Barchester Towers), David Skilton (Doctor Thorne), P.D. Edwards (Framley Parsonage), James R. Kincaid (The Small House at Allington), & Stephen Gill (The Last Chronicle of Barset)

Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford, London, New York, Toronto, Melbourne, &c. (1989)

ISBN 10: 0195208080 ISBN 13: 9780195208085

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, Oxford, London, New York, Toronto, Melbourne, &c., 1989. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Illustrations by Edward Ardizzone for "The Warden" & for "Barchester Towers" (illustrator). 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition. SUPERB: BRILLIANT: SUPREMELY ENTERTAINING: INDISPENSABLE: AS-NEW: O.U.P. / B.O.MC. extension-printing uniform in very respect w/ the orig. 1st ed. (1989) of the Oxford University Press superb 6-volume hardcover Uniform Illustrated Edition of Anthony Trollope's masterly & compelling chronicle of English country life in the 1800s * Handsome AS-NEW uniformly-designed unclipped mylar-protected brown & cream-tan jackets w/ front panels illustrated w/ evocative line drawings specific to each novel & all w/ sharp new edges & corners, exquisite uniform AS-NEW covers w/ natural white-wheat linen wrapping spines & extending 1.50" onto front & back panels handsomely covered in rich dark-chocolate-brown paper w/ titles stamp-engraved brown-on brown at center tops of front panels & beautifully stamp-engraved in copper-gilt on spines, immaculate smooth-cut text-block exteriors, impeccable end-papers on heavy cream stock, AS-NEW sewn bindings w/ tight signatures & brown-white-checked cloth bands at spine-caps, pristine interiors handsomely printed on superb unblemished paper * The Warden (orig. 1855, 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition, 1st printing, 1989: 7.50" x 4.88" x 0.88", 0.37 kg, xxii+294 [316] pp.), Barchester Towers (orig. 1857, 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition, 1st printing, 1989: 7.50" x 4.88" x 1.38", 0.59 kg, xxvi+282+277 [585] pp.), Doctor Thorne (orig. 1858, 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition, 1st printing, 1989: 7.50" x 4.88" x 1.", 0.66 kg, xxii+639 [661] pp.), Framley Parsonage (orig. 1861, 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition, 1st printing, 1989: 7.50" x 4.88" x 1.50", 0.61 kg, xxvi+593 [619] pp.), The Small House at Allington (orig. 1864, 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition, 1st printing, 1989: 7.50" x 4.88" x 1.58", 0.68 kg, xxii+674 [696] pp.), The Last Chronicle of Barset (orig. 1867, 1st Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition, 1st printing, 1989: 7.50" x 4.88" x 2.0", 0.85 kg, xxii+900 [922] pp.) * The complete six-volume Oxford Uniform Illustrated Edition: 7.50" x 4.88" x 9.0", 3.76 kg, 3799 pp. * Frontispiece maps * Illus. for "The Warden" & for "Barchester Towers" by Edward Ardizzone * Under the general editorship of Michael Sadleir & Frederick Page, the text for each of the six Barsetshire novels published in this Oxford Uniform Edition was scrupulously established by collating the most authoritative editions printed in Trollope's lifetime & the careful correction of all obvious errors. * Trollope's panoramic 6-volume portrayal of the professional & landed classes of Victorian England, "The Barsetshire Novels", are as a group one of the great works of 19th century English fiction. The first serial fiction in English literature, these novels follow the intrigues of ambition & love in the cathedral town of Barchester. Whether describing gracious country living w/ croquet & tea on the lawn, or the cut & thrust of London life in the 1860s, Trollope was one of the master chroniclers of his age. Nathaniel Hawthorn hailed his novels as "just as real as if some giant had hewn a great lump out of the earth & put it under a glass case, w/ all its inhabitants gong about their daily business & not suspecting that they were being made a show of." Few authors have captured that "daily business" w/ as much sensitivity & insight as Trollope, who prided himself on the scope & detail w/ which he imagined the geography, history & social structure of his fictional county. Nevertheless, character interested him more than description, & many characters appear in more than one Barset novel. The Reverend Septimus Harding, whose moral dilemma is the central story of "The Warden" (1855) reappears amid the ecclesiastical disputes of "Barchester Towers" (1857). Many characters from preceding novels, including Lily Dale, whose broken engagement is the principal story of "The Small House at Allington", reappear in "The Last Chronicle of Barset", which Trollope considered to be the finest of his 47 novels. Seller Inventory # 008091

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