Phineas Redux

 
 
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Despite a decreasing popularity throughout his career, Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) has become one of the most notable and respected English novelists of the Victorian Era. His penetrating novels on political, social and gender issues of his day have placed him among such nineteenth century literary icons as Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and George Eliot. Trollope penned 47 novels in his career, in addition to various short stories, travel books and biographies. "Phineas Redux" was first published in 1873 as the fourth novel in the "Palliser" series. It is the story of Phineas Finn, who, when the story begins, has stepped down as a member of parliament to become a lowly poorhouse inspector. When his wife dies in childbirth, he leaves the life he made in Ireland and returns to London. Finn tries his hand in politics once again, and gets caught up in its scandalous inner-workings.
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  • Title page
  • VOLUME I
  • CHAPTER I. Temptation
  • CHAPTER II. Harrington Hall
  • CHAPTER III. Gerard Maule
  • CHAPTER IV. Tankerville
  • CHAPTER V. Mr. Daubeny's Great Move
  • CHAPTER VI. Phineas and His Old Friends
  • CHAPTER VII. Coming Home from Hunting
  • CHAPTER VIII. The Address
  • CHAPTER IX. The Debate
  • CHAPTER X. The Deserted Husband
  • CHAPTER XI. The Truant Wife
  • CHAPTER XII. Königstein
  • CHAPTER XIII. 'I have got the seat'
  • CHAPTER XIV. Trumpeton Wood
  • CHAPTER XV. 'How well you knew!'
  • CHAPTER XVI. Copperhouse Cross and Broughton Spinnies
  • CHAPTER XVII. Madame Goesler's Story
  • CHAPTER XVIII. Spooner of Spoon Hall
  • CHAPTER XIX. Something Out of the Way
  • CHAPTER XX. Phineas Again in London
  • CHAPTER XXI. Mr. Maule, Senior
  • CHAPTER XXII. 'Purity of morals, Finn'
  • CHAPTER XXIII. Macpherson's Hotel
  • CHAPTER XXIV. Madame Goesler Is Sent For
  • CHAPTER XXV. 'I would do it now'
  • CHAPTER XXVI. The Duke's Will
  • CHAPTER XXVII. An Editor's Wrath
  • CHAPTER XXVIII. The First Thunderbolt
  • CHAPTER XXIX. The Spooner Correspondence
  • CHAPTER XXX. Regrets
  • CHAPTER XXXI. The Duke and Duchess in Town
  • CHAPTER XXXII. The World Becomes Cold
  • CHAPTER XXXIII. The Two Gladiators
  • CHAPTER XXXIV. The Universe
  • CHAPTER XXXV. Political Venom
  • CHAPTER XXXVI. Seventy-Two
  • CHAPTER XXXVII. The Conspiracy
  • CHAPTER XXXVIII. Once Again in Portman Square
  • CHAPTER XXXIX. Cagliostro
  • CHAPTER XL. The Prime Minister is Hard Pressed
  • VOLUME II
  • CHAPTER XLI. 'I hope I'm not distrusted'
  • CHAPTER XLII. Boulogne
  • CHAPTER XLIII. The Second Thunderbolt
  • CHAPTER XLIV. The Browborough Trial
  • CHAPTER XLV. Some Passages in the Life of Mr. Emilius
  • CHAPTER XLVI. The Quarrel
  • CHAPTER XLVII. What Came of the Quarrel
  • CHAPTER XLVIII. Mr. Maule's Attempt
  • CHAPTER XLIX. Showing What Mrs. Bunce Said to the Policeman
  • CHAPTER L. What the Lords and Commons Said about the Murder
  • CHAPTER LI. 'You think it shameful'
  • CHAPTER LII. Mr. Kennedy's Will
  • CHAPTER LIII. None But the Brave Deserve the Fair
  • CHAPTER LIV. The Duchess Takes Counsel
  • CHAPTER LV. Phineas in Prison
  • CHAPTER LVI. The Meager Family
  • CHAPTER LVII. The Beginning of the Search for the Key and the Coat
  • CHAPTER LVIII. The Two Dukes
  • CHAPTER LIX. Mrs. Bonteen
  • CHAPTER LX. Two Days Before the Trial
  • CHAPTER LXI. The Beginning of the Trial
  • CHAPTER LXII. Lord Fawn's Evidence
  • CHAPTER LXIII. Mr. Chaffanbrass for the Defence
  • CHAPTER LXIV. Confusion in the Court
  • CHAPTER LXV. 'I hate her!'
  • CHAPTER LXVI. The Foreign Bludgeon
  • CHAPTER LXVII. The Verdict
  • CHAPTER LXVIII. Phineas after the Trial
  • CHAPTER LXIX. The Duke's First Cousin
  • CHAPTER LXX. 'I will not go to Loughlinter'
  • CHAPTER LXXI. Phineas Finn is re-elected
  • CHAPTER LXXII. The End of the Story of Mr. Emilius and Lady Eustace
  • CHAPTER LXXIII. Phineas Finn Returns to His Duties
  • CHAPTER LXXIV. At Matching
  • CHAPTER LXXV. The Trumpeton Feud Is Settled
  • CHAPTER LXXVI. Madame Goesler's Legacy
  • CHAPTER LXXVII. Phineas Finn's Success
  • CHAPTER LXXVIII. The Last Visit to Saulsby
  • CHAPTER LXXIX. At Last-At Last
  • CHAPTER LXXX. Conclusion

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