Rachel Ray, Volume 1
Rachel Ray offers a masterly and entertaining evocation of a small community living its life in mid-nineteenth-century England. The novel first appeared in 1863, a year in which public reaction against the excesses of the popular sensationalist novel prompted Trollope to state that he waswriting about "the commonest details of commonplace life among the most ordinary people."
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THE YOUNG MAN FROM THE BREWERY
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