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The Last Chronicle of Barset by Anthony Trollope
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Apr 01, 08

Read in April, 2008

This is dessert, the reward for having read the first five books of Barset. If Tennyson asks to see "the exact spot where Louisa Musgrove fell" in Lyme, then take me to the cathedral in Barset, so I may look at the memorial to Septimus Harding and pay my respects. I forgive Archdeacon Grantly everything for giving Mr. Crawley his father's book of sermons. And Johnny Eames and Lily Dale! Did M.D. ruin their chances? And Mrs. Proudie! Rally, bishop, rally. And the Dickensian Mr. Togood, surely an acquaintance of the Cherrybles.
My goal was to read all six during Teddy's first year, but it took a year and a half. And I will miss the wonderful hours I spent in Barset.
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Cynthia and now... on to the pallisers! they're more fun than barsetshire.
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Jessica have to agree to disagree


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