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  • Start with Barchester Towers, generally reckoned to be the best, certainly the funniest

  • It was in [Trollope's] fifth book, Barchester Towers, in which he blended his satirical gifts with disdain for evangelical puritanism, that he found himself

    Washington Post
  • His characters are real, truthfully felt and never patronised by their creator

    Daily Mail
  • [The] Barsetshire novels firmly established clerical intrigue as an art form in the mid-nineteenth century

    New York Times
  • Trollope is one of our greatest comic novelists, as well as having an extraordinary talent for taking you confidentially and irresistibly into the flow of his story

    Sunday Times

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