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February 09, 2012


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Ivory Spring

Thanks for the heads up. Those books sounds yummy.

Rona Keith

I started reading one of the Palliser novels years ago but I don't think it was the first one. I loved the BBC adaptation of the Barsetshire novels, 'The Barchester Chronicles'. It had Donald Pleasance and Alan Rickman played a very convincing odious Obidiah Slope! Well worth looking for the DVD of that one.

Libby Fife

Great recommendation! I had completely forgotten about Trollope. Like you I ran the gamut of Austen novels and this would be a great idea. George Elliot is a good pick too for "English village life."

Barbara Atkins

I was going to write the same thing that Rona already posted. The Barsetshire Chronicles are available on Netflix, but not on watch instantly. They also star Nigel Hawthorne and Geraldine McEwan. The snarkiness of McEwan and Rickman is wonderful.
I also listened to the both book series. Have you listened to George Eliot's books?

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