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Cousin Henry

Indefer Jones, A wealthy landowner in Wales vacillates over whom he should bequeath the estate – Henry Jones or his niece Isabel. When he dies, he has finally made up his mind, at the last moment naming Isabel. But the will has gone missing, and only Henry, the new heir, has discovered its whereabouts.

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Cousin Henry

Introduced by Gilbert Phelps

ISBN 9781870587303

166 pages

Publication 1994

Vacuous, pathetic and shallow though he is, the cousin cannot bring himself to destroy the will, hidden in a book of sermons in the library, yet will not reveal its existence; Isabel’s professional martyrdom, meanwhile, makes it impossible not to feel pity for Henry. Trollope debates in meticulous and tiny detail the effect of a legacy upon ordinary people.


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