Publish date: November 3rd 2006
Publisher: Hard Press
Pages no: 426
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Classic Literature
, Literary Fiction
, 19th Century
, English Literature
Series: The Chronicles of Barsetshire (#4)
'Framley Parsonage' is not the continuation of the story of 'Doctor Thorne' the way that 'Barchester Towers' was of 'The Warden', but they have a good deal in common more than characters and setting.Mark Robarts is a clergyman, not yet thirty, who has benefited from the patronage of his friend's mot...
Book 4 of the Barchester Chronicles, Trollope continues with many of the same characters introduced in the first 3 books. The main plot circles around a moral dilemma faced by Mark Robarts, deacon of the Framley Parsonage. In an effort to be helpful to a well-respected peer, he signs his name to a...
The 4th Barchester novel, mainly re the vicar Mark Robarts, but also Proudies, Grantlys, Greshams, Dr Thorne and Miss Dunstable. A less pleasant read in some ways because you know Mark is doomed (in the medium term, even though he is probably rescued at the end), can see it all coming and wish he di...