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  • The Big Book of Christmas: 140+ authors and 400+ novels, novellas, stories, poems & carols

    If you were looking for the definitive Christmas anthology, consider yourself lucky, because you just found it! This book is everything you want Christmas to be — loving, warm and celebratory. Timeless and adorable, beautifully designed, "The Big Book of Christmas" is a great big stocky book — stuffed with novels, novellas, short stories, poems, carols and songs. Inside you'll find: · Novels, ... Read more

    $1.99 USD

  • Audiobook

    The Barchester Chronicles

    Six BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations

    Unabridged

    17 hours 2 min

    Six lavish BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations of Anthony Trollope's much-loved novels, plus a bonus documentary about Trollope himself.Anthony Trollope's series of witty, gently satirical stories of provincial life are set in the fictional town of Barchester and the surrounding county of Barsetshire. With a focus on the lives, loves and tribulations of the local clergy and rural gentry, the ... Read more

    $22.25 USD or free with audiobook trial

  • The Ultimate Christmas Collection: 150+ authors & 400+ Christmas Novels, Stories, Poems, Carols & Legends

    by Louisa May Alcott, James Allen, Hans Christian Andersen, L. Frank Baum, William Blake, Anne Brontë, Willa Cather, Anton Chekhov, G. K. Chesterton, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, F. Marion Crawford, Emily Dickinson, Charles Dickens, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Arthur Conan Doyle, Henry Van Dyke, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Nikolai Gogol, The Brothers Grimm, Kenneth Grahame, Thomas Hardy, Frances Ridley Havergal, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Felicia Hemans, O. Henry, Oliver Herford, E. T. A. Hoffmann, William Dean Howells, Ben Jonson, Washington Irving, John Keble, James Joyce, Rudyard Kipling, Selma Lagerlöf, Winifred Kirkland, Andrew Lang, Stephen Leacock, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, H. P. Lovecraft, George MacDonald, Charles Mackay, William Topaz McGonagall, Alice Duer Miller, Emily Huntington Miller, Olive Thorne Miller, John Milton, S. Weir Mitchell, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Clement C. Moore, William Morris, Mary Noailles Murfree, John Mason Neale, Thomas Nelson Page, Elia W. Peattie, Marjorie Pickthall, Beatrix Potter, Katharine Pyle, Arthur Quiller-Couch, Mary Darby Robinson, Christina Rossetti, Damon Runyon, Saki, Walter Scott, Edmund Hamilton Sears, William Shakespeare, Nora Archibald Smith, Robert Southwell, Robert Louis Stevenson, Frank Stockton, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Algernon Charles Swinburne, John Addington Symonds, John Banister Tabb, Booth Tarkington, Nahum Tate, Sara Teasdale, Lord Alfred Tennyson, William Makepeace Thackeray, Edward Thring, Henry Timrod, Leo Tolstoy, Anthony Trollope, Thomas Tusser, Mark Twain, Katharine Tynan, Henry Vaughan, Isaac Watts, Charles Wesley, Anne Hollingsworth Wharton, Lucy Wheelock, John G. Whittier, Kate Douglas Wiggin, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Oscar Wilde, John Strange Winter, George Wither, William Wordsworth, William Butler Yeats, Jane Austen, Lewis Carroll, George Orwell, Agatha Christie, F. Scott Fitzgerald, H.P. Lovecraft, Virginia Woolf, Edgar Allan Poe ...
    If you were looking for the definitive Christmas anthology, consider yourself lucky, because you just found it! This book is everything you want Christmas to be — loving, warm and celebratory. Timeless and adorable, beautifully designed, "The Big Book of Christmas" is a great big stocky book — stuffed with novels, novellas, short stories, poems, carols and songs. Inside you'll find: · Novels, ... Read more

    $1.99 USD

  • The Three Clerks

    First published in 1857, "The Three Clerks" was Anthony Trollope’s sixth novel and was written mostly in railway carriages, since his work for the Post Office still entailed a good deal of travelling. To make life easier for himself, Trollope had devised what he called his ‘tablet’, a square block which he rested upon his knees in such a way that he could write in complete comfort.The story is ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • The Way We Live Now

    "The Way We Live Now", published in 1875, is a great satire of Victorian society and one of Anthony Trollope’s later and more highly regarded works."The Way We Live Now" is a tale of a great financier's fraudulent machinations in the railway business and his daughter's ill-use at the hands of a grasping lover. This novel is a classic in the literature of money and a ripping good read as well, a ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • Cousin Henry

    "Cousin Henry" by Anthony Trollope is an 1879 novel that can now be considered historical fiction but which, at the time, was quite contemporary. Following a squire, as he attempts to decide who should be his heir, it is an experimental novel that breaks the pattern of many other books at the time. This includes Trollope's other works as well. ... Read more

    $1.99 USD

  • Phineas Finn

    "Phineas Finn", in full "Phineas Finn: The Irish Member" is a novel by Anthony Trollope first published serially from October 1867 to May 1869.The second of Trollope's "Palliser" novels introduces its title character, Phineas Finn, a talented but naive doctor's son from Ireland with Parliamentary aspirations. He must make numerous practical and ethical choices regarding his career, his political ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • The Eustace Diamonds

    "The Eustace Diamonds", published in 1872, is the third novel in Anthony Trollope’s Palliser Series. A huge book with lots of characters and multiple plot threads has at its centre the impressive literary creation of Lizzie Eustace.Though in some ways similar to other Trollope novels, this work is much more cynical and dark when compared to the author’s other efforts."The Eustace Diamonds" is a ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • The Small House at Allington

    "The Small House at Allington" is the fifth book in Anthony Trollope's Barchester series (AKA Chronicles of Barsetshire). As with all of Trollope, it is beautifully written and draws the reader into its many interwoven tales."The Small House at Allington" is largely focused on the Small House's inhabitants, Mrs. Dale and her two marriageable daughters, Lily and Bell. The two girls, of course, have ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • The Last Chronicle of Barset

    Written in 1867, "The Last Chronicle of Barset" is the last book in the Chronicles of Barsetshire (AKA Barchester series).When Reverend Josiah Crawley, the impoverished curate of Hogglestock, is accused of theft it causes a public scandal, sending shockwaves through the world of Barsetshire. The Crawleys desperately try to remain dignified while they are shunned by society, but the scandal ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • Framley Parsonage

    Fourth in the Chronicles of Barsetshire (AKA Barchester series), "Framley Parsonage" was published in 1860. In it the values of a Victorian gentleman, the young clergyman Mark Robarts, are put to the test.Like much fiction of 19th century England, "Framley Parsonage" concerns property, status, family and the conventions. In it Trollope captures the essence of Victorian England.Clergyman Mark ... Read more

    $0.45 USD

  • Doctor Thorne

    "Doctor Thorne", third book in the Chronicles of Barsetshire or the Barchester series, appeared in 1858 and is considered by Trollope to be the best of his works. The novel is a telling examination of the relationship between money and morality."Doctor Thorne" recounts the story of the son of a bankrupt landowner, Frank Gresham, who is intent on marrying his beloved Mary Thorne despite her ... Read more

    $0.45 USD