Anthony Trollope: The Warden (Unabridged)
Chapter 2: The Barchester Reformer
Dr. Grantly, who has as many eyes as Argus…
Chapter 3: The Bishop of Barchester
Mr. Harding's demeanour certainly impressed Bold…
Chapter 4: Hiram's Bedesmen
'Who's to harm you, man?' argued Spriggs.
Chapter 5: Dr. Grantly Visits the Hospital
When the two clergymen appeared, they all uncovered their heads.
Chapter 6: The Warden's Tea-Party
How comes it that now, when all should be silent…
Chapter 7: The Jupiter
Chapter 8: Plumstead Episcopi
Charles James was an exact and careful boy…
On the whole, therefore, I found the rectory a dull house…
Chapter 9: The Conference
The bishop could feel for him and sympathise with him…
Chapter 10: Tribulation
So Eleanor, as was now her wont, went up to Mary Bold…
Chapter 11: Iphigenia
'No one who knows Mr. Harding personally accuses him for a moment…'
Chapter 12: Mr. Bold's Visit to Plumstead
When Bold was ushered into the book-room…
Chapter 13: The Warden's Decision
Poor Eleanor! this was hard upon her.
Chapter 14: Mount Olympus
It was not to Mount Olympus that our friend Bold betook himself.
Chapter 15: Tom Towers, Dr. Anticant, and Mr. Sentiment
This was all very well: this gave us some hope.
How calmly impassive was Tom Towers' face…
Chapter 16: A Long Day in London
Mr. Harding was not much edified by the manner of the service.
Chapter 17: Sir Abraham Haphazard
Chapter 18: The Warden is Very Obstinate
The warden hung his head, and made no reply…
Chapter 19: The Warden Resigns
Having written these letters and made a copy of the former one…
Chapter 20: Farewell
On the evening before he left, he summoned all the beadsmen…
Chapter 21: Conclusion