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Anthony Trollope's 'Aaron Trow' serves as a fine example of the novella form, tenderly woven with the author's quintessential Victorian prosaic style. This narrative, a blend of romance and suspense set amidst the rugged terrain of the Bermudian islands, provides a stark contrast to Trollope's typically genteel English countryside settings, delving into themes of love, desperation, and the spirit of survival. Trollope's masterful storytelling encapsulates the era's sensibilities juxtaposed with a vivid portrayal of a man at odds with society. The DigiCat Publishing edition of this work rescues it from obscurity, offering it a fresh breath of life and allowing modern readers to experience its literary nuances with the respect it duly warrants.

Anthony Trollope, an established novelist of the Victorian era, is well-known for his shrewd observations of the British class system and its manifestations in daily life. His prolific output was in part due to his disciplined writing habits, a response to his determination to overcome the financial struggles of his youth. 'Aaron Trow' reflects Trollope's rich exploration of human character and emotion, perhaps drawing from his own experiences of isolation and rebellion against societal norms.

'Aaron Trow' is commendably suited for readers who cherish the texture of 19th-century literature and seek to immerse in a tale that combines moral complexity with the thrill of a chase. The novella will appeal to those interested in psychological character studies and the exploration of human resilience in the face of adversity. In this carefully reproduced edition by DigiCat Publishing, both new and seasoned Trollope enthusiasts are welcomed to rediscover an underappreciated gem in the canon of a truly celebrated literary figure.


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Anthony Trollope
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Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
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Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Aaron Trow
Biografía del Autor
<p>Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), a renowned Victorian novelist, is esteemed for his perceptive insights into the milieu of English society and its institutions. Born in London, Trollope endured a difficult childhood overshadowed by his father\'s financial ruin. Despite initial struggles in his career, he found solace and escape in writing after being employed as a postal surveyor\'s clerk. Trollope\'s prolific literary output includes 47 novels, various short stories, and travel books. His writing is characterized by a keen understanding of human nature, an intricate depiction of social structures, and a distinctively wry narrative voice.<br><br>Among his works, \'Aaron Trow\' is an intense novella that illustrates Trollope\'s expertise in crafting psychological dramas set against the backdrop of contemporary societal norms. In \'Aaron Trow\', he explores the themes of crime, punishment, and redemption, while maintaining a narrative that is both gripping and poignant. Trollope has been celebrated for his \'Chronicles of Barsetshire\', including books like \'The Warden\' and \'Barchester Towers\', which dive into the complexities of church hierarchy and rural town life. His \'Palliser\' series is another testament to his ability to weave political intrigue with the social tapestry of his times. Trollope\'s realism and commentary on Victorian society have placed him among the pantheon of great British authors, such as Charles Dickens and George Eliot, earning him a lasting place in the canon of English literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547173304
Referencia: BW1037916531

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