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Palliser Series by Anthony Trollope

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The Palliser series is a series of political fiction novels written by one of the noteworthy English authors named Anthony Trollope.

Palliser Novels, The

Palliser novels , series of novels by Anthony Trollope. They are united by their concern with political and social issues and by the character Plantagenet Palliser , who appears in each, with other characters recurring periodically. The series consists of these works in order of publication : Can You Forgive Her? Palliser novels. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback.

Palliser Series. The Palliser novels are six novels by Anthony Trollope. The common thread is the wealthy aristocrat and politician Plantagenet Palliser and in all but the last book his wife Lady Glencora. The plots usually involve English politics in varying degrees, specifically in and around Parliament. The series stands in contrast to Trollope's Barsetshire C… More.

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Publication Order of Palliser Books

In the interviews preliminary to my selection for training as a priest I was asked if there was a particular clergyman who had inspired me. But the novel I am enjoying in this period of pre-election frenzy is The Prime Minister. The prime minister of the title is a Liberal who sits in the House of Lords. In another contrast to our own time the level of service which could be expected of the Post Office in is astonishing. There is mention of a letter written by the Etonian crook Ferdinand Lopez, posted in central London at 3am and received in the rural depths of Herefordshire in the evening of the same day.

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