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Framley Parsonage

Anthony Trollope (1830-1882)

1. 01 - 'Omnes Omnia Bona Dicere'
2. 02 - The Framley Set, and the Chaldicotes Set
3. 03 - Chaldicotes
4. 04 - A Matter of Conscience
5. 05 - Amantium Ir
6. 06 - Mr. Harold Smith's Lecture
7. 07 - Sunday Morning
8. 08 - Gatherum Castle
9. 09 - The Vicar's Return
10. 10 - Lucy Robarts
11. 11 - Griselda Grantly
12. 12 - The Little Bill
13. 13 - Delicate Hints
14. 14 - Mr. Crawley of Hogglestock
15. 15 - Lady Lufton's Ambassador
16. 16 - Mrs. Podgens' Baby
17. 17 - Mrs. Proudie's Conversazione
18. 18 - The New Minister's Patronage
19. 19 - Money Dealings
20. 20 - Harold Smith in the Cabinet
21. 21 - Why Puck, the Pony, Was Beaten
22. 22 - Hogglestock Parsonage
23. 23 - The Triumph of the Giants
24. 24 - Magna Est Veritas
25. 25 - Non-Impulsive
26. 26 - Impulsive
27. 27 - South Audley Street
28. 28 - Dr. Thorne
29. 29 - Miss Dunstable at Home
30. 30 - The Grantly Triumph
31. 31 - Salmon Fishing in Norway
32. 32 - The Goat and Compasses
33. 33 - Consolation
34. 34 - Lady Lufton Is Taken by Surprise
35. 35 - The Story of King Cophetua
36. 36 - Kidnapping at Hogglestock
37. 37 - Mr. Sowerby without Company
38. 38 - Is There Cause or Just Impediment?
39. 39 - How to Write a Love Letter
40. 40 - Internecine
41. 41 - Don Quixote
42. 42 - Touching Pitch
43. 43 - Is She Not Insignificant?
44. 44 - The Philistines at the Parsonage
45. 45 - Palace Blessings
46. 46 - Lady Lufton's Request
47. 47 - Nemesis
48. 48 - How They Were All Married, Had Two Children, - and Lived Happy Ever After

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Summary

Framley Parsonage is the fourth novel in Anthony Trollope's series known as the "Chronicles of Barsetshire", first published in serial form in the Cornhill Magazine in 1860. "Of all novelists in any country, Trollope best understands the role of money. Compared with him even Balzac is a romantic." — W. H. Auden