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Author: Anthony Trollope
Title: Lady Anna
Language: en
Original publication date: 1874

Characters: Countess Lovel, Earl Lovel (The Old Earl), Lady Anna Lovel, Frederick Lovel (The Young Earl), Daniel Thwaite, Mrs Bluestone, Alice Bluestone, Mr Flick, Mr Goffe, Mr Hardy, Sir William Patterson, Rev. Charles Lovel, Thomas Thwaite, Signora Camilla Spondi, Mrs Jane Lovel, Julia Lovel, Minnie Lovel, Mr Mainsail, Lady Fitzwarren, The Keswick Poet,

First words: Women have often been hardly used by men, but perhaps no harder usage, no fiercer cruelty was ever experienced by a woman than that which fell to the lot of Josephine Murray from the hands of Earl Lov

Last words: Of the further doings of Mr Daniel Thwaite and his wife Lady Anna, - of how they travelled and saw many things; and how he became perhaps a wiser man, - the present writer may, he hopes, live to tell.

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