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Doctor Thorne

Author: Anthony Trollope
Publisher: Auckland : Floating Press, 1858.
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Well loved by readers in the Victorian era and today, Anthony Trollope's series of novels known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire have delighted and engaged audiences for over 150 years. Doctor Thorne is the third novel in the collection. Although the primary plot follows the romantic ups and downs of a country doctor, the novel also tackles tough social issues of the day, include the problem of illegitimacy and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Trollope, Anthony
Doctor Thorne
Auckland : The Floating Press, c1858
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Trollope
ISBN: 9781775419952 1775419959
OCLC Number: 701704986
Description: 1 online resource (975 p.)
Contents: Title; Contents; Chapter I --
The Greshams of Greshamsbury; Chapter II --
Long, Long Ago; Chapter III --
Dr Thorne; Chapter IV --
Lessons from Courcy Castle; Chapter V --
Frank Gresham's First Speech; Chapter VI --
Frank Gresham's Early Loves; Chapter VII --
The Doctor's Garden; Chapter VIII --
Matrimonial Prospects; Chapter IX --
Sir Roger Scatcherd; Chapter X --
Sir Roger's Will; Chapter XI --
The Doctor Drinks His Tea; Chapter XII --
When Greek Meets Greek, then Comes the Tug of War; Chapter XIII --
The Two Uncles; Chapter XIV --
Sentence of Exile; Chapter XV --
Courcy; Chapter XVI --
Miss Dunstable. Chapter XVII --
The ElectionChapter XVIII --
The Rivals; Chapter XIX --
The Duke of Omnium; Chapter XX --
The Proposal; Chapter XXI --
Mr Moffat Falls into Trouble; Chapter XXII --
Sir Roger is Unseated; Chapter XXIII --
Retrospective; Chapter XXIV --
Louis Scatcherd; Chapter XXV --
Sir Roger Dies; Chapter XXVI --
War; Chapter XXVII --
Miss Thorne Goes on a Visit; Chapter XXVIII --
The Doctor Hears Something to His Advantage; Chapter XXIX --
The Donkey Ride; Chapter XXX --
Post Prandial; Chapter XXXI --
The Small End of the Wedge; Chapter XXXII --
Mr Oriel; Chapter XXXIII --
A Morning Visit. Chapter XXXIV --
A Barouche and Four Arrives at GreshamsburyChapter XXXV --
Sir Louis Goes Out to Dinner; Chapter XXXVI --
Will He Come Again?; Chapter XXXVII --
Sir Louis Leaves Greshamsbury; Chapter XXXVIII --
De Courcy Precepts and de Courcy Practice; Chapter XXXIX --
What the World Says About Blood; Chapter XL --
The Two Doctors Change Patients; Chapter XLI --
Doctor Thorne Won't Interfere; Chapter XLII --
What Can You Give in Return?; Chapter XLIII --
The Race of Scatcherd Becomes Extinct; Chapter XLIV --
Saturday Evening and Sunday Morning; Chapter XLV --
Law Business in London. Chapter XLVI --
Our Pet Fox Finds a TailChapter XLVII --
How the Bride was Received, and Who Were Asked to the Wedding; Endnotes.

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Well loved by readers in the Victorian era and today, Anthony Trollope's series of novels known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire have delighted and engaged audiences for over 150 years. Doctor Thorne is the third novel in the collection. Although the primary plot follows the romantic ups and downs of a country doctor, the novel also tackles tough social issues of the day, include the problem of illegitimacy and the difficult lives of children born out of wedlock during the period.

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