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Nina Balatka; Linda Tressel

£4.99

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Hardback. Blue cloth covered book. Rubbing and markings to spine and boards. Text is clear and readable throughout, no foxing. Binding is very good.

Published by Oxford, 1946.

Nina Balatka (1867) and Linda Tressel (1868) are at once unusual and typical among Trollope's fiction. Unusual because they were both published anonymously and set abroad, Prague and Nuremberg respectively, they are typical in their sympathetic treatment of young heroines. Each studies religious rigidity: Catholic Nina loves a Jew, while Linda's Calvinist aunt tries to save her soul by marrying her to a much older man. These fascinating studies of women on the verge of breakdown, in which characters are at their most sincere when they are at their least attractive, reveal Trollope's powers as a psychological novelist.

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Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16 x 10 cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
383
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Title:
Nina Balatka: Linda Tressel

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Hardback. Blue cloth covered book. Rubbing and markings to spine and boards. Text is clear and readable throughout, no foxing. Binding is very good.

Published by Oxford, 1946.

Nina Balatka (1867) and Linda Tressel (1868) are at once unusual and typical among Trollope's fiction. Unusual because they were both published anonymously and set abroad, Prague and Nuremberg respectively, they are typical in their sympathetic treatment of young heroines. Each studies religious rigidity: Catholic Nina loves a Jew, while Linda's Calvinist aunt tries to save her soul by marrying her to a much older man. These fascinating studies of women on the verge of breakdown, in which characters are at their most sincere when they are at their least attractive, reveal Trollope's powers as a psychological novelist.

Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16 x 10 cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
383
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Title:
Nina Balatka: Linda Tressel

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