The Vicar of Bullhampton (1870) by Anthony Trollope is a particularly strong work that features all the British Victorian elements that the author is better known for: relationships, family bonds, intricate romantic entanglements, bittersweet nostalgia, social commentary, and delightful humor. Frank Fenwick, the vicar of Bullhampton, is at the heart of the story that involves the lives of several...
Hardcover: 668 pages
Publisher: Norilana Books; Illustrated edition (March 29, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4928819
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I wonder whether Prime Minister Gladstone was the inspiration for the Vicar of Bullhampton. He used to roam the seamy streets of London trying to rescue prostitutes from the life. While the vicar doesn't roam the streets of Bullhampton like the prime...
le, including the beautiful Mary Lowther and the fallen "castaway" Carry Brattle. There is unrequited and misguided love, proposals and rejections, tragedy and scorn, and the comic showdown between the vicar and a marquis that involves the building of a rival chapel.This fine edition contains thirty-five vintage illustrations by H. Woods.