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The Prime Minister

The Prime Minister by Anthony Trollope
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The Prime Minister is the fifth in Trollope's series of six Palliser novels. With Phineas' difficulties resolved, Trollope introduces new characters. A respectable young girl forsakes the man her family had always intended her to marry when she falls in love with a man of foreign extraction and an unknown family. He has a gentleman's education and manners, but his family background and financial means are mysterious. Is he really a gentleman? Meanwhile, Plantagenet Palliser becomes Prime Minister of a shaky coalition government, and Glencora and Madame Goessler are busy with the ensuing social obligations.

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E text prepared by Kenneth David Cooper and revised by Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D.




First published in monthly installments in 1875 and 1876 and in book form in 1876



I. Ferdinand Lopez II. Everett Wharton III. Mr. Abel Wharton, Q.C. IV. Mrs. Roby V. "No One Knows Anything About Him" VI. An Old Friend Goes to Windsor VII. Another Old Friend VIII. The Beginning of a New Career IX. Mrs. Dick's Dinner Party. No. I X. Mrs. Dick's Dinner Party. No. II XI. Carlton Terrace XII. The Gathering of Clouds XIII. Mr. Wharton Complains XIV. A Lover's Perseverance XV. Arthur Fletcher XVI. Never Run Away! XVII. Good Bye XVIII. The Duke of Omnium Thinks of Himself XIX. Vulgarity XX. Sir Orlando's Policy XXI. The Duchess's New Swan XXII. St. James's Park XXIII. Surrender XXIV. The Marriage XXV. The Beginning of the Honeymoon XXVI... Continue reading book >>

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Reviewer: - March 31, 2015
Subject: The Prime Minister
Were it not for Mr. Nicholas Clifford's fine reading, this book certainly may be one of the less enticing among the Palliser novels. His calm and soft tone brought a special flavor to the whole story.

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