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Charming Fellow

Frances Eleanor Trollope (1835-1913)

1. Volume 1 Chapter 1
2. Volume 1 Chapter 2
3. Volume 1 Chapter 3
4. Volume 1 Chapter 4
5. Volume 1 Chapter 5
6. Volume 1 Chapter 6
7. Volume 1 Chapter 7
8. Volume 1 Chapter 8
9. Volume 1 Chapter 9
10. Volume 1 Chapter 10
11. Volume 1 Chapter 11
12. Volume 1 Chapter 12
13. Volume 1 Chapter 13
14. Volume 1 Chapter 14
15. Volume 1 Chapter 15
16. Volume 1 Chapter 16
17. Volume 1 Chapter 17
18. Volume 1 Chapter 18
19. Volume 1 Chapter 19
20. Volume 2 Chapter 1
21. Volume 2 Chapter 2
22. Volume 2 Chapter 3
23. Volume 2 Chapter 4
24. Volume 2 Chapter 5
25. Volume 2 Chapter 6
26. Volume 2 Chapter 7
27. Volume 2 Chapter 8
28. Volume 2 Chapter 9
29. Volume 2 Chapter 10
30. Volume 2 Chapter 11
31. Volume 2 Chapter 12
32. Volume 2 Chapter 13
33. Volume 2 Chapter 14
34. Volume 2 Chapter 15
35. Volume 2 Chapter 16
36. Volume 2 Chapter 17
37. Volume 3 Chapter 1
38. Volume 3 Chapter 2
39. Volume 3 Chapter 3
40. Volume 3 Chapter 4
41. Volume 3 Chapter 5
42. Volume 3 Chapter 6
43. Volume 3 Chapter 7
44. Volume 3 Chapter 8
45. Volume 3 Chapter 9
46. Volume 3 Chapter 10
47. Volume 3 Chapter 11
48. Volume 3 Chapter 12
49. Volume 3 Chapter 13
50. Volume 3 Chapter 14
51. Volume 3 Chapter 15
52. Volume 3 Chapter 16
53. Volume 3 Chapter 17
54. Volume 3 Chapter 18
55. Volume 3 Chapter 19
56. Volume 3 Chapter 20
57. Volume 3 Chapter 21
58. Volume 3 Chapter 22
59. Volume 3 Chapter 23
60. Volume 3 Chapter 24 and 25

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    Summary

    A scathing criticism of social climbing underlies this unsettling story by Frances Eleanor Trollope, sister-in-law to Anthony and daughter-in-law to Frances Milton Trollope. Published in 1876, A Charming Fellow is a serious exploration of a bitterly unhappy marriage and its consequences, as seen through the eyes of diverse, well-drawn characters.