The Way We Live Now

Anthony Trollope

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Beschreibung

The Way We Live Now is a novel by Anthony Trollope, one of the most talented English writers of the Victorian era. Эвери admirer of this literature period will be able to find something special for himself. The reader can observe here the first love as well as the late and unexpected love. Different layers of the English society — commercial, political, social, cultural and countryside — are shown in the novel. Complicated relations and occasional intrigues of the characters have simple motives, and the author explains them skillfully. Even the most powerful and negative character of the novel, a famous financier, is so well justified that he can't be criticized too much. Everything is much more complicated…

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classics, intrigue, satire, literature of the 19th century, English society, novel, humor, feuilleton, foreign classics, classical prose