Can You Forgive Her?
Can You Forgive Her?  -     By: Anthony Trollope
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 864
Vendor: Dover Publications
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0486817377
ISBN-13: 9780486817378
Series: Dover Thrift Editions

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The first of Anthony Trollope's six "Palliser" novels focuses on the matrimonial prospects of three Victorian ladies. Alice Vavasor is torn between her Byronic cousin George, whose wild ardor contrasts sharply with her honest but unexciting admirer, John Grey. Lady Glencora McCluskie, heiress to a Scottish industrial fortune, is wife to Plantagenet Palliser, heir to the Duke of Omnium. But theirs is an arranged marriage, and Glencora grows increasingly infatuated with the rakish Burgo Fitzgerald. And the Widow Greenow is obliged to choose between two suitors, the dependable Mr. Cheeseacre and the dashing Captain Bellfield.
Can You Forgive Her? also offers a delicious satire of parliamentary politics. Populated by a cast of politicians and place-hunters, the story explores the tensions between reform and tradition as well as the interplay between money, authority, and politics. The 1864 novel remains remarkably contemporary in its portrait of a society in which wealth and influence outpace wisdom and integrity in the pursuit of power.

Author Bio

Anthony Trollope (1815–1882) ranks among the greatest English novelists of the Victorian era. The author of 47 books, Trollope was also a full-time post office employee who disciplined himself to three hours of writing every morning. His most popular books include the Barchester novels, a satire of life among small-town clergymen, and the politically oriented Palliser novels.

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