The Prime Minister
For myself, ' said Lopez, 'I can conceive no vainer object of ambition than a seat in the British Parliament. What does any man gain by it? The few are successful work very hard for little pay and no thanks, --or nearly equally hard for no pay and as little thanks. The many who fail sit idly for hours, undergoing the weary task of listening to platitudes, and enjoy in return the now absolutely valueless privilege of having MP written on their letters.'
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Review: The Prime Minister (Palliser #5)User Review - Oznasia - Goodreads
This is the first book I have read by Anthony Trollope. At the moment I do not expect to be rushing to read another. I am open to the possibility that I have interpreted this book incorrectly and that ... Read full review
Review: The Prime Minister (Palliser #5)User Review - Kelly - Goodreads
This was my first Anthony Trollope adventure, and after taking over a month to complete it, it felt more like an extended hospital visit. (Spoilers included - but this book is 2000 years old so it can ... Read full review