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apart, and these are of no importance, all Trollope's work makes a whole, of
which Barset is a province only. Even in the Barset books, in The Warden itself,
Trollope's interest in and approach to his story may well be considered political in
Christian; Trollope sees the incongruities of his behaviour, but he respects him. ...
In the accuracy of their delineation, Trollope's young men are the best, as
hommes moyen sensuels, in Victorian fiction, for George Eliot was too rigid a
Trollope has never received anything like adequate recognition for his sober
appraisals of the psychologically abnormal and the part they play in society. ...
They point too to another quality of Trollope's, the disinterestedness of his
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