Anna has been everything a priest's wife should be. But when her husband, Peter, fails to gain promotion to Archdeacon, Anna rebels, and tastes independence for the first time since she left university.
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"This is Trollope's finest novel to date. Prepare to be wittily and wisely entertained by an exceptional writer."
-Carla McKay, Daily Mail
"Like a Barbara Pym novel, though Joanna Trollope has a much stronger grasp than Pym on the tangled web of family life."
"The portrayal of the petty frustrations of clerical life is spot on and the novel is elegantly written."
The American launch of this bestselling British author, The Rector's Wife is the story of Anna Bouverie, her isolation in an unsatisfying marriage and her epiphany into a more beautiful, fulfilling life. "Trollope's finest novel to date."--Daily Mail (London).
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Book Description HarperCollins Audio, 1993. Audio Cassette. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0001046942