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Barchester Towers by Anthony Trollope (Penguin Popular Classics)

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“Barchester Towers” by Anthony Trollope is a richly detailed novel set in the fictional cathedral town of Barchester. The story follows the intrigues and power struggles within the Church of England, focusing on the arrival of the new bishop, Dr. Proudie, and his formidable wife, Mrs. Proudie. The ambitious and scheming chaplain, Mr. Slope, further complicates matters as he vies for influence and attempts to win the favor of various key figures in Barchester.

At the heart of the novel are the lives and loves of the residents, including the gentle and widowed Mr. Harding, his spirited daughter Eleanor, and the charming but indolent Archdeacon Grantly. Trollope masterfully explores themes of power, tradition, and social change, infusing his narrative with humor and keen social commentary. Through a tapestry of interwoven plots and vividly drawn characters, “Barchester Towers” offers a satirical yet affectionate look at the complexities of human nature and the quirks of ecclesiastical life.

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