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The Last Chronicle of Barset

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882)

1. 01 - How Did He Get It?
2. 02 - By Heavens He Had Better Not!
3. 03 - The Archdeacon's Threat.
4. 04 - The Clergyman's House at Hogglestock.
5. 05 - What the World Thought About It.
6. 06 - Grace Crawley.
7. 07 - Miss Prettyman's Private Room.
8. 08 - Mr. Crawley Is Taken to Silverbridge.
9. 09 - Grace Crawley Goes to Allington.
10. 10 - Dinner at Framley Court.
11. 11 - The Bishop Sends His Inhibition.
12. 12 - Mr. Crawley Seeks for Sympathy.
13. 13 - The Bishop's Angel.
14. 14 - Major Grantly Consults a Friend.
15. 15 - Up in London.
16. 16 - Down at Allington.
17. 17 - Mr. Crawley Is Summoned to Barchester.
18. 18 - The Bishop of Barchester Is Crushed.
19. 19 - Where Did It Come From?
20. 20 - What Mr. Walker Thought About It.
21. 21 - Mr. Robarts on His Embassy.
22. 22 - Major Grantly at Home.
23. 23 - Miss Lily Dale's Resolution.
24. 24 - Mrs. Dobbs Broughton's Dinner-party.
25. 25 - Miss Madalina Demolines.
26. 26 - The Picture.
27. 27 - A Hero at Home.
28. 28 - Showing How Major Grantly Took a Walk.
29. 29 - Miss Lily Dale's Logic.
30. 30 - Showing What Major Grantly Did After His Walk.
31. 31 - Showing How Major Grantly Returned to Guestwick.
32. 32 - Mr. Toogood.
33. 33 - The Plumstead Foxes.
34. 34 - Mrs. Proudie Sends for Her Lawyer.
35. 35 - Lily Dale Writes Two Words in Her Book.
36. 36 - Grace Crawley Returns Home.
37. 37 - Hook Court.
38. 38 - Jael.
39. 39 - A New Flirtation.
40. 40 - Mr. Toogood's Ideas About Society.
41. 41 - Grace Crawley at Home.
42. 42 - Mr. Toogood Travels Professionally.
43. 43 - Mr. Crosbie Goes into the City.
44. 44 - I Suppose I Must Let You Have It.
45. 45 - Lily Dale Goes to London.
46. 46 - The Bayswater Romance.
47. 47 - Dr. Tempest at the Palace.
48. 48 - The Softness of Sir Raffle Buffle.
49. 49 - Near the Close.
50. 50 - Lady Lufton's Proposition.
51. 51 - Mrs. Dobbs Broughton Piles Her Fagots.
52. 52 - Why Don't You Have an It for Yourself?
53. 53 - Rotten Row.
54. 54 - The Clerical Commission.
55. 55 - Framley Parsonage.
56. 56 - The Archdeacon Goes to Framley.
57. 57 - A Double Pledge.
58. 58 - The Cross-grainedness of Men.
59. 59 - A Lady Presents Her Compliments to Miss L. D.
60. 60 - The End of Jael and Sisera.
61. 61 - It's Dogged as Does It.
62. 62 - Mr. Crawley's Letter to the Dean.
63. 63 - Two Visitors to Hogglestock.
64. 64 - The Tragedy in Hook Court.
65. 65 - Miss Van Siever Makes Her Choice.
66. 66 - Requiescat in Pace.
67. 67 - In Memoriam.
68. 68 - The Obstinacy of Mr. Crawley.
69. 69 - Mr. Crawley's Last Appearance in His Own Pulpit.
70. 70 - Mrs. Arabin Is Caught.
71. 71 - Mr. Toogood at Silverbridge.
72. 72 - Mr. Toogood at the Dragon of Wantly
73. 73 - There Is Comfort at Plumstead.
74. 74 - The Crawleys Are Informed.
75. 75 - Madalina's Heart Is Bleeding.
76. 76 - I Think He Is Light of Heart.
77. 77 - The Shattered Tree.
78. 78 - The Arabins Return to Barchester.
79. 79 - Mr. Crawley Speaks of His Coat.
80. 80 - Miss Demolines Desires to Become a Finger-post.
81. 81 - Barchester Cloisters.
82. 82 - The Last Scene at Hogglestock.
83. 83 - Mr. Crawley Is Conquered.
84. 84 - Conclusion.

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Summary

Both Trollope and some of his later critics have considered The Last Chronicle to be his greatest novel. Many of its characters are familiar from the earlier Barsetshire novels, including the Rev. Josiah Crawley, the impoverished curate of Hogglestock, whose alleged theft of £20, together with the efforts of many to clear up the mystery, lie here at the center. Central also is the trying courtship between Major Grantly and Grace Crawley, the clergyman's daughter, over the objections of the Major's parents, Archeacon Grantly and his wife; and the adventures of Johnny Eames, a protagonist of the Small House at Allington. Finally, it is in The Last Chronicle that Bishop Proudie of Barsetshire and his domineering wife, introduced in Barchester Towers, achieve their fullest and most dramatic portrayal.

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I heard it's a great book. Can't wait to read it.