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Lifschutz, J.E. (1996). Character Portrayal In Anthony Trollope's Barset Novels: A Psychoanalytic Appraisal. Freud (Breuer and Freud, , p. 160). Psychoanal Q., 65:301-326.

(1996). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 65:301-326

Character Portrayal In Anthony Trollope's Barset Novels: A Psychoanalytic Appraisal. Freud (Breuer and Freud, 1893-1895, p. 160)

Joseph E. Lifschutz, M.D.

Anthony Trollope's novels enjoyed great popularity in his own day, and the past several decades have seen a considerable revival of interest in them. His most popular series, the six Barset novels, exemplify his love of life, his psychological sensitivity, and his profound sense of the meaning and value of the smallest nuances of human behavior and interaction. In his comprehension of the psychological vicissitudes of ordinary daily life he has been compared to Chaucer. This paper studies a portrait of a severely depressed character in Trollope's own favorite work, The Last Chronicle of Barset.

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