Chapter 48 – Miss Thorne Shows Her Talent at Match-Making

June 14th, 2011 § 0 comments

man-worshipping

Again Trollope puts an object of Eleanor’s affection into the position of a pagan (i.e. Greco-Roman) god.  Instead of her son, it is this time Mr. Arabin, to whom she has just become engaged.  For Eleanor’s baby worship, see gloss in commentary for Chapter 16.  [JC 2005]

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