The American Senator
Arabella Trefoil, the beautiful anti-heroine of this novel, inspired Trollope to write of her, "I wished to express the depth of my scorn for women who run down husbands." Arabella's determination to find a rich husband is at the heart of this story and her character, though often maligned, isone of Trollope's most famous and vivid creations.
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Review: The American SenatorUser Review - Elizabeth - Goodreads
This is a good, solid work for Trollope fans. The title character, trying to figure out English society, gives the author a chance to make fun of customs of Anglophones from both sides of the Atlantic ... Read full review
Review: The American SenatorUser Review - Tracy Marks - Goodreads
The contrast between the boorishnes of the American senator and the stuffy propriety of the English is as humorous today as it was in the 19th century. A very enjoyable read. Read full review