Cornhill Magazine,  6 (1862), 663–88.

The Small House at Allington Ch. 7–9  [3/20]

[Anthony Trollope]


Novel, Serial


Medical Practitioners, Class, Status

    Adolphus Crosbie, an ambitious government clerk, reflects that 'if his destiny intended to give him a wife out of this family, he should prefer the owner of Allington and nephew of Lord de Guest as a brother-in-law to a village doctor,—as he took upon himself, in his pride, to call Dr. Croft' (683).


Trollope 1864

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