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“THE WEST INDIES AND THE SPANISH MAIN," "THE THREE CLERKS,"
“THE STRUGGLES OF BROWN, JONES, AND ROBINSON,"
"ORLEY FARM," &c., &c., &c.
By Anthony Trollope.
27 NOV 1985
Un The ghjection urged of old time against novels, that they give false views of life,
ORAP does not apply to Mr. Trollope's books. They are characterized by a fidelity to Nature, and a skill in seizing and transferring her salient points, which make them strike home to the consciousness of his reader, and commend themselves to his judgment. Without much sentiment, or ideality, or poetry, there is a healthy common sense which goes straight to the mark.
Mr. Trollope's characters are drawn with an outline firm, bold, strong. His side-thrusts at some of the lies which pass current in society are very keen.-Boston Congregationalist.
North America. Large 12mo, Cloth, 60 cents.
The West Indies and the Spanish Main. 12mo, Cloth, $1 00.
Orley Farm. Illustrated by J. E. MILLAIS. (In course of publication in HARPER'S MAGAZINE.)
Tales of all Countries. (In Press.)
The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and.Robinson. By ONE OF THE FIRM. 8vo, Paper, 25 cents.
Framley Parsonage. With Illustrations by MILLAIS. 12mo, Cloth, $100.
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