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Aaron Trow

Auhtor: Anthony Trollope

Language: english
Published: 1864

Genres:

thriller,  short story
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Review by O. Brown, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Aaron Trow':

Lady Dugdale.--Aaron Trow.--The OConors of Castle Conor.--Relics of General Chasse?.--The chateau of Prince Polignac.--George Walker at Suez.

Excerpts from the Book 'Aaron Trow':


... here one is still maintained. There is also in the islands a strong military fortress, though not a fortress looking magnificent to the eyes of civilians, ...
... men did escape from it, and among them a certain notorious prisoner named Aaron Trow. Trow's antecedents in England had not been so villanously bad ...
... relaxed. The warders and gaolers ceased to patrol the island roads by night, and it was agreed that Aaron Trow was gone, or that he would be starved ...
... daughter before they did go to her in the course of nature. Now, the income which Caleb Morton earned as a Presbyterian clergyman was not large, and, therefore, ...
... as long as I had that to look for. You are right not to be impatient, he said to her, after a pause, as he held her hand before he went. Quite right. ...
... her, while Anastasia was still seated before the cottage with her eyes fixed upon the white streak of motionless sea which was still visible through ...
... kid. And is that all? said he. But as he spoke he fleshed his teeth against the bone as a dog would have done. It is the best I have, she said I ...
... say a word to any one of your coming, nor set them on your track to follow you. There, take the full bottle with you. If you will go, you shall be safe ...
... her, and her breath for a moment was all but gone from her. I tell you you must make dollars before I leave you, or I will so handle you that it would have ...
... He rushed at the door, and there he came against the two negro servant-girls who had returned down to their kitchen from the road on which they had been straying. ...
... had come the blood, nor till her arm became stiff and motionless did she know that she had been wounded. It was all joy with her now, as she sat ...
... the scent of his prey. What! should it be said that she had been so treated, and that others had avenged her? He sent back to say that her father was with ...
... romantic spot, but now well known to them all there, for they had visited it over and over again that morning. In there, said Danny Lund, ...
... upon him to keep him back, but he was too quick for them, and now stood upon the ledge of rock. Can you see him? they asked below. I can see nothing ...
... you into the hunting-field, has it ever been your lot to sit by on horseback, and watch the digging out of a fox? The operation is not an uncommon ...
... His breast is nearly bursting with the violence of that effort which at last has brought him to his retreat. And then pickaxe and mattock are plied above ...
... against the rocks. The beast thirsting for blood will rush in even among the weapons of men. Morton in his fury had felt but one desire, burned ...
... see that Trow's strength was nearly spent, and that when he went down Morton must go with him. If indeed they could be separated,-if Morton could once ...
... every muscle of their bodies the behests of those who called to them from the shore. The boat came with such rapidity,-was so recklessly urged, ...
... miserable experiences at these two public schools. They ranked as two of the most 'elite schools in England, but Trollope had no money and no friends, ...