Title: Barchester Towers.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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3 vol. ; 8º.
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What has kept Trollope in the forefront of this country's great writers is his powers of ironical observation and nowhere is that more in evidence than in Barchester Towers. ( Herts Advertiser, May '97)
What has kept Trollope in the forefront of this country's great writers is his powers of ironical observation and nowhere is that more in evidence than in Barchester Towers. ( Noel Cantillon, Hitchin Gazette)
Barchester Towers in half the time
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