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Even in the Bar . set books , in The Warden itself , Trollope ' s interest in and
approach to his story may well be considered political in , the sense that he is
delineating struggles for power and position . His theme is the world and the way
of the ...
There is no either / or in Trollope ; there is a " this " and " this ” existing side by
side and simultaneously . The Archdeacon is a most ambitious man and a
worldly one ; as his father , the old Bishop , lies dying , he is genuinely stricken
with filial ...
He is , in fact , irredeemably selfish , and it is his irresponsibility of behavior , not
his wickedness , that sets the action on its tragic course , There was something
else Trollope possessed , that fascinated him the more the older he grew : the ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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