The New Zealander.

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Preface and Editor's Introduction by N. John Hall. Trollope wrote this book in 1855-6 but it was not published until Oxford University Press published it in 1972. In 1840, Macaulay prophesized that England would decay and one day someone from New Zealand would sketch the ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral. This is Trollope's social criticism. He covers the people, the press, law and physic, the army and navy, the church, both houses of Parliament, the crown, society, literature - topics that he dealt with in his novels. Very good condition. No jacket as published. The Trollope Society, London. 1995. Hb. USED. $25.00