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Author Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882.
Title Orley Farm / Anthony Trollope.
Imprint [Auckland] : Floating Press, [2010]
©2010

Author Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882.
Subject Inheritance and succession -- Fiction.
Mothers and sons -- Fiction.
Landowners -- Fiction.
Forgers -- Fiction.
England -- Fiction.
Description 1 online resource (1359 pages)
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Note "First published in 1862"--Page 2.
Contents VOLUME I; Chapter I -- The Commencement of the Great Orley Farm Case; Chapter II -- Lady Mason and Her Son; Chapter III -- The Cleeve; Chapter IV -- The Perils of Youth; Chapter V -- Sir Peregrine Makes a Second Promise; Chapter VI -- The Commercial Room, Bull Inn, Leeds; Chapter VII -- The Masons of Groby Park ; Chapter VIII -- Mrs. Mason's Hot Luncheon; Chapter IX -- A Convivial Meeting ; Chapter X -- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Furnival; Chapter XI -- Mrs. Furnival at Home ; Chapter XII -- Mr. Furnival's Chambers ; Chapter XIII -- Guilty, or Not Guilty ; Chapter XIV -- Dinner at the Cleeve.
Chapter XV -- A Morning Call at Mount Pleasant VillaChapter XVI -- Mr. Dockwrath in Bedford Row ; Chapter XVII -- Von Bauhr; Chapter XVIII -- The English Von Bauhr; Chapter XIX -- The Staveley Family ; Chapter XX -- Mr. Dockwrath in His Own Office; Chapter XXI -- Christmas in Harley Street; Chapter XXII -- Christmas at Noningsby; Chapter XXIII -- Christmas at Groby Park; Chapter XXIV -- Christmas in Great St. Helens ; Chapter XXV -- Mr. Furnival Again at His Chambers; Chapter XXVI -- Why Should I Not? ; Chapter XXVII -- Commerce; Chapter XXVIII -- Monkton Grange; Chapter XXIX -- Breaking Covert.
Chapter XXX -- Another FallChapter XXXI -- Footsteps in the Corridor; Chapter XXXII -- What Bridget Bolster Had to Say; Chapter XXXIII -- The Angel of Light ; Chapter XXXIV -- Mr. Furnival Looks for Assistance ; Chapter XXXV -- Love was Still the Lord of All; Chapter XXXVI -- What the Young Men Thought About It; Chapter XXXVII -- Peregrine's Eloquence ; Chapter XXXVIII -- Oh, Indeed!; Chapter XXXIX -- Why Should He Go? ; Chapter XL -- I Call it Awful; VOLUME II; Chapter XLI -- How Can I save Him? ; Chapter XLII -- John Kenneby Goes to Hamworth; Chapter XLIII -- John Kenneby's Courtship.
Chapter XLIV -- Showing How Lady Mason Could Be Very Noble Chapter XLV -- Showing How Mrs. Orme Could Be Very Weak Minded; Chapter XLVI -- A Woman's Idea of Friendship; Chapter XLVII -- The Gem of the Four Families ; Chapter XLVIII -- The Angel of Light Under a Cloud ; Chapter XLIX -- Mrs. Furnival Can't Put Up with It; Chapter L -- It is Quite Impossible ; Chapter LI -- Mrs. Furnival's Journey to Hamworth; Chapter LII -- Showing How Things Went on at Noningsby; Chapter LIII -- Lady Mason Returns Home ; Chapter LIV -- Telling All that Happened Beneath the Lamp-Post.
Chapter LV -- What Took Place in Harley Street Chapter LVI -- How Sir Peregrine Did Business with Mr. Round; Chapter LVII -- The Loves and Hopes of Albert Fitzallen ; Chapter LVIII -- Miss Staveley Declines to Eat Minced Veal; Chapter LIX -- No Surrender ; Chapter LX -- What Rebekah Did for Her Son ; Chapter LXI -- The State of Public Opinion; Chapter LXII -- What the Four Lawyers Thought About It ; Chapter LXIII -- The Evening Before the Trial ; Chapter LXIV -- The First Journey to Alston; Chapter LXV -- Felix Graham Returns to Noningsby; Chapter LXVI -- Showing How Miss Furnival Treated Her Lovers.
Chapter LXVII -- Mr. Moulder Backs His Opinion.
Summary Anthony Trollope's novels often explore the ways that wealth -- and the promise of it -- can impact human behavior. In Orley Farm, a protracted probate case spanning several generations ultimately tears a family apart. A must-read for fans of Trollope's unflinchingly realistic portraits of the dark undercurrents of Victorian life.
ISBN 9781775450283 (electronic bk.)
1775450287 (electronic bk.)
9781776515721 (electronic bk.)
1776515722 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 711984665