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 - Edelweiss - Goodreads
I have left unmarked spoilers that can be read on the Goodreads description of this book. This novel left me with some questions, and most likely some that Trollope was not expecting. When, for ... Read full review
Review: The American SenatorUser Review - Todd - Goodreads
Trollope almost never lets you down. This is another great Trollope novel. Here you have portraits of two different kinds of Victorian women, one who follows a traditional model and one who is quite ... Read full review