He Knew He was Right

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - 952 pagine
Widely regarded as one of Trollope's most successful later novels,He Knew He Was Rightis a study of marriage and of sexual relationships cast against a background of agitation for women's rights.

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Shewing how Wrath began
1
HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHT
8
Colonel Osborne
11
Lady Milboroughs Dinner Party
19
Hugh Stanbury
29
Shewing how the Quarrel progressed
38
Shewing how Reconciliation was made
46
Miss Jemima Stanbury of Exeter
58
Mr Brooke Burgess after Supper
458
Camilla triumphant
466
Shewing what happened during Miss Stan
474
Mr Outhouse complains that its Hard
490
Mr Gibsons Threat
504
The Republican Browning
513
Withered Grass
524
Dorothys Fate
534

know it will do
69
Shewing how the Quarrel progressed again
78
Hard Words
86
Lady Milborough as Ambassador
93
Miss Stanburys Generosity
105
The Honourable Mr Glascock
116
The Clock House at Nuncombe Putney
129
What they said about it in the Close 199
139
Dartmoor
145
A Gentleman comes to Nuncombe Putney
154
The Stanbury Correspondence
162
Bozzle the ExPoliceman
174
Shewing how Colonel Osborne went to Cock chaffington
185
combe Putney
194
xxll Shewing how Miss Stanbury behaved to her two Nieces
203
xxi Colonel Osborne and Mr Bozzle return to London
214
Niddon Park
223
Hugh Stanbury smokes his Pipe
232
A Third Party is so objectionable
243
Mr Trevelyans Letter to his Wife
252
Great Tribulation
261
Mr and Mrs Outhouse
270
Dorothy makes up her Mind
278
Mr Brooke Burgess
290
The Full Moon at St Diddulphs
302
Hugh Stanbury smokes another Pipe
311
Priscillas Wisdom
319
xxxy Mr Gibsons Good Fortune
325
Miss Stanburys Wrath
340
Mont Cenis
348
Verdict of the Jury Mad my Lord
360
Miss Nora Rowley is maltreated
366
C G
372
Shewing what took place at St Diddulphs
378
Miss Stanbury and Mr Gibson become two
389
Laburnum Cottage
398
Brooke Burgess takes leave of Exeter
407
Trevelyan at Venice
418
The American Minister
428
About Fishing and Navigation and Head Dresses
436
Mr Gibson is punished
449
Dorothy at Home
546
Parkers Hotel Mowbray Street
574
Lady Rowley makes an Attempt
582
Sir Marmaduke at Home
594
Sir Marmaduke at his Club
606
Mysterious Agencies
612
Of a Quarter of Lamb
623
Rivers Cottage
629
Major Magruders Committee
641
Sir Marmaduke at Willesden
647
Shewing what Hugh Stanbury thought
661
The Delivery of the Lamb
670
Dorothy returns to Exeter
679
LXXiy The Lioness aroused
689
The Rowleys go over the Alps
698
We shall be so poor
708
The future Lady Peterborough
717
Casalunga
727
I can sleep on the boards
740
Will they despise him ?
746
Mr Glascock is master
757
Mrs Frenchs carving knife
769
Bella Victrix
777
Selfsacrifice
786
The Baths of Lucca
792
Mr Glascock as Nurse
802
Mr Glascocks Marriage completed
814
Cropper and Burgess
826
wouldnt do it if I was you
838
Lady Rowley conquered
843
Four oclock in the Morning
852
Trevelyan discourses on Life
862
Say that you forgive me
872
A real Christian
884
Trevelyan back in England
893
Monkbams
903
Mrs Brooke Burgess
910
Acquitted
919
Conclusion
928
Explanatory Notes
931
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Anthony Trollope (1815-82) became one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of Trollope's best-loved works revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire, but he also wrote penetrating novels on political, social, and gender issues and conflicts of his day.

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