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Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices and Other Stories

Anthony Trollope

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A collection of five stories by Anthony Trollope: Why Frau Frohmann Raised Her Prices; The Lady of Launay; Christmas at Thompson Hall; The Telegraph Girl; and Alice Dugdale

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Community Reviews

Trollope was fantastic at short stories. Such fun characters. Love, love, loved Alice Dugdale...ought it not still be so that our men must pursue us? Appreciated giggling over the dear Frau and her poor understanding of financial economics. Classic Trollope.

I didn't realize what a prolific writer Trollope was, not attaching significance until I noted that this is number 46 in a series. Wow.

These kinds of classics are excellent because he gets to the point, he doesn't belabor with excess words, and is wryly funny at times. He pokes fun at the landed gen

"Only Trollope," I remarked to my husband, "would write one hundred pages on a hotelier's decision to raise her prices."
"Only you," he replied, "would read it!"

This book is a collection of five novellas. One overriding theme is how a person responds when that person doesn't get his or her way. If yo

The title is more accurate than intended: this is "Why Frau Frohmann Raised Here Prices," a charming little microeconomic fable, and some other stories, none of which are particularly memorable. Trollope was hardly capable of writing a bad sentence, but the lesser tales show that intricate plotting