Marion Fay

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First published in 1882, ‘Marion Fay’ is one of Anthony Trollope’s later novels. It follows two intertwined romances involving members of the upper and lower class. Lord Hampstead is captivated by Marion Fay, the daughter of a Quaker minister, whilst his sister Lady Frances Trafford is romanced by Post Office clerk George Roden, a man with no wealth or social position. Their contrasting situations and Trollope’s commentary on the British class structure make for a fascinating romantic drama.